Google Glass to be used to serve Virgin Atlantic customers

Sharath Kumar
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LONDON, UK: Virgin Atlantic's concierge staff in the airline's Upper Class Wing will be using Google Glass and other wearable technology as part of a six week pilot scheme in an industry first.

The Telegraph reports that the airlines staff will use the Glass google to update passengers on their latest flight information, weather and local events at their destination and translate any foreign language information.

In the future, the technology could also tell airline staff their passengers' dietary and refreshment preferences, the report adds.