At the Geneva Airport, there is a very unique employee that will turn some heads. His name is Leo and he is the beloved airport robot. Made by Swiss airport technology specialist, SITA in partnership with robotics firm BlueBotics, Leo is an ingenious solution to improve the travel experience in the airport industry. Once the traveller touches Leo’s screen, the autonomous machine scans the boarding pass, then the cargo bay will automatically open and the passenger is free to put their bags into the compartment after attaching the printed luggage tags. Once that’s done, Leo will close the cargo bay and scatter off to the loading station. If Leo proves to aid in reducing the congestion in airports, SITA plans to build a Leo army for more airports in the future. Watch out because you may see a Leo in an airport near you.