[Infostock Daily= Reporter Park Sang-In] KT announced on the 30th that it will launch Y flux RMS, a cloud-based room management system, and Y flux TV, an artificial intelligence TV for hotels with gigagenie, in cooperation with Yanolja, a global leisure platform company, and Mercury, a company specializing in information and communication equipment.
Y flux RMS is a hotel room management system that combines KT's IoT (Internet of Things) hardware with Yanolja's operating software in a cloud manner. Provide all the services of the hotel in a non-face-to-face manner, providing convenient accommodation experience for customers and an efficient operating environment for hotels.
First, customers can access the dedicated mobile page 'Y flux TV Guest Portal' when booking a hotel. Customers can use their smartphone directly, check-in non-face-to-face check-out, and keyless room access. In the future, ▲ check-in and check-out time adjustment ▲ unit cost payment will be possible.
The entire process required for hotel operation and management is also integrated into cloud-based. Unlike existing room management systems that require dedicated servers and devices, hotel staff can access the room management system with only the smartphone. ▲ Customer entrance and exit status ▲ Resumption of business can be confirmed in real time, so that work efficiency can be improved.
KT and Yanolja will also show the Y flux TV, an artificial intelligence TV for hotels with Gigani. In the future, when the interworking between Gigani and Y flux RMS is completed, it will be possible to control IoT easily in the room.
On the other hand, KT and Yanolja signed a business agreement in 2018 to build a multifaceted cooperation system and artificial intelligence accommodation platform.
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