The facility will showcase the latest in advanced technologies, including robotics
Emirates Group has launched its new Innovation Majlis unveiled by HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, chairman and chief Executive Emirates Airline and Emirates Group with other senior leaders at its Dubai headquarters.
As a platform to foster deeper research and development, the Innovation Majlis will showcase the latest in robotics, hyper-reality, holograms, 3D printers and other advanced technologies.
It will also serve as the social space to co-create proof-of-concepts that will benefit customers, communities and the aviation industry. Partnerships with industry leaders and universities, sustainable initiatives, and exploring alternate energies will be some of the other key drivers for the majlis.
HH Sheikh Ahmed said: "The Emirates Group has always been a trailblazer in the aviation industry, and innovation is fundamental to our core values, our culture and our mindset.
"The Innovation Majlis, with its latest tools and tech, is designed to empower our employees to explore new horizons, discover innovative solutions, and drive the future of the aviation industry. It will bring our partners, top tech companies and entities together in one space to address key challenges affecting our industry today."
In its initial phase, the Innovation Majlis features AI-enabled wearable glasses for augmented reality experiences that transform the way we perceive and interact with other people, products or services, as well as haptic gloves, which enables touch interaction in virtual reality to feel the weight, vibrations and resistance of virtual objects, and 3D holographic displays with generative AI, which elevates the experience of interacting with digital signage by providing advanced conversational capability through natural language processing.
The Innovation Majlis comes hot on the heels of launching Sara, the world’s first check‑in robot assistant.
In addition, the Emirates Group and Dubai Future Foundation have signed an agreement to launch the Emirates Centre of Excellence for Aviation Robotics (ECEAR).
For more information, visit www.emirates.com