If you’ve ever been to a hotel in the past few years, you might have noticed how some inns have been upgraded to become “smarter”. This can come in the form of features like tablets, where clients can use the tablet to control various appliances like the light-footeds, play music, named an alarm, control the curtains, and more.
However, if that wasn’t fairly, Google is hoping to move hotels even smarter. In an announcement by Guest Supply and Volara, they have announced that they will be teaming up with Google in the US for “Google for Hotels”. What this makes is that we can expect participating inns to boast hardware like the Google Nest Hub, which in turn will allow guests to control various aspects of the room squandering their voice.
According to the announcement, “With the simple enunciate dominate’ Hey Google’ clients can prepare a wakeup horrify, was talking about the breast desk, get a recommendation, or entreaty an piece be brought to their room.” Guests can also use the feature to ask for information about the weather, areas of attraction, where to eat, and more.
It sounds rather interesting, although we have to wonder how some patrons might feel about having a smart speaker in their room. There are some who avoid such devices in their own homes over privacy concerns, so whether or not these devices are crucial to the room’s operation is unclear, and whether or not patrons can remove them without any issues.
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