ICM Hub's in-flight conversational AI will accompany the passenger from takeoff to landing with two-way communications via their own PED device.
In-flight customer interaction comes with inefficiencies caused by limited capacity of cabin staff, cumbersome UI of seatback screens and a one-way communication with the 'call attendee button'. Now in the times of COVID-19 airlines are rushing to redefine onboard safety protocols and look for contactless onboard solutions.
Capabilities will include immediate assistance at a quicker rate than any other digital assistant available on the market. Passengers will receive instant answers to questions such as, "Can I view a map?" "When do we land?" "Can I have a meal?" "When will we take off?" "Can I have a blanket?"
The digital service via chat is seamlessly integrating into in-seat displays and be accessible through voice or text command capabilities providing interactivity in a traditionally passive cabin environment. By automating routine tasks and improving IFE efficiency, ICM Hub's digital travel assistant will enable airlines to elevate their brands by using direct feedback from passenger questions to make improvements to their service and offerings. This will enhance the passenger experience, creating lasting impact that reaches far beyond the cabin environment.
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