Top gausium robots solutions by Navia Robotics: Bussing dirty dishes is quite the demanding task, requiring physical strength and stamina to get through a whole shift. Many workers we interviewed noted the amount of energy required to get through the day bussing tables and how dirty the task is with liquids sloshing about in the tubs while being transported to the dishwashing area in the back. It’s arduous and strenuous, certainly a task nobody can say they particularly enjoy doing. The premise behind the development of the HolaBot was to make life easier for those in this line of work. Discover extra info at cleaning robots.
Billboard on Wheels: KettyBot features a large 18.5″ display right at the front and center of the robot to catch your customer’s attention. The display can show promotional materials in customized zones, providing an eye-catching approach to marketing. It’s literally a billboard on wheels! KettyBot features built in AI voice integration, allowing it to intelligently greet guests and interact with passing customers. It’s cute, it’s eye-catching, it naturally attracts attention without being pushy!
Easy tray identification; LIDAR Positioning: New generation laser based mapping system; High Fidelty Speakers: Clear audio with powerful 2 x 30w speakers; Visual Positioning: Accompanies LIDAR mapping, Aerospace grade alloy provides rigidity and strength, 3D vision sensors for robustness. Suspension System: Avoid spills on rough patches or abrupt stops. Laser and visual combination SLAM system based on LIDAR sensor, cameras and UWB location tracker ensures redundancy in accurate robot positioning.
BellaBot is our most popular restaurant service robot and it is for good reason! For running food to the tables, there’s no better serving robot than BellaBot on the market. The most menial task for waiters and waitresses around the world is bringing food from the kitchen to the table, and it’s no wonder why. Dishes can quite large and heavy, and there are only so many you can stack on a tray. Piping hot dishes can be a burn hazard for both workers and patrons as they make way to deliver food to the tables. We’ve heard countless concerning stories from customers we’ve worked with of such injuries and burns happening in their restaurants and their search for a solution. That’s where BellaBot comes in to save the day!
Navia Robotics is developing flexible, network communication schemes for robots to directly communicate with other robots within the same network to quickly calculate the shortest route and make rapid decisions. Such ad-hoc networking system reduces the overhead of a centralized computing system and allows individuals robots to make decisions on the fly. The service robot nearest to the point of demand can make its way over without affecting the operation or scheduling of other robots in the area.
HolaBot comes with a paging function, a watch sized device to automatically page the robot to your location to save time by not having to track down the robot when you need it. Just wave your hand above the sensor on the top of the HolaBot unit to have the robot return to its base. No need to touch the return button if your hands are wet or dirty. Voice Recognition: Simply call out “Hola Hola” and the HolaBot robot will turn around upon arrival for easy loading and unloading.
BellaBot was made with form and function in mind, with flowing curves and sharp edges in all the right places. The ergonomics are designed for easy human interaction, including screen tilt angle, device height and easily accessible trays. BellaBot is equipped with multiple sensors that sense the surrounding in both 2D and 3D, all in a compact modular chassis. It can stop immediately when an obstacle is detected and comes with an advanced suspension system to prevent items on the trays from tipping over. Discover even more info at naviarobotics.com.
Restaurants with larger footprints where it’s quite a ways away from the front entrance to the more distant tables were having a crisis when the restaurant was packed; the host would be taking far too long to take guests to their tables meaning there was nobody to greet new patrons who just walked in the door. Hiring another receptionist or host just for this purpose didn’t make much sense, especially during downtime when the restaurant was less busy, so the owners used the KettyBot to take guests to their tables. What they found was it was an incredibly effective and efficient use of time, the host can always be on standby at the front entrance and take phone calls as necessary for reservations, while no time was wasted to get guests seated.