Hospitality.

HOSPITALITY PROFITS FROM

SERVICE ROBOTICS.

HOSPITALITY PROFITS FROM

SERVICE ROBOTICS.

HOW CAN I HELP YOU HUMAN?

Service robots have emerged as a popular technology trend within hotels, restaurants and event spaces.

Automation and self-services are playing an increasingly vital role in customer experience in hospitality. Next to the customer satisfaction, service robots lead to improvements in terms of speed, cost-effectiveness, accuracy, support social distancing and robots are helping to keep spaces clean.

Delivery robots improve the efficiency of customer service and human life.

The main advantages involves a second-to-none level of in-house automation. This is freeing up staff members to perform other guest-related tasks.

Additionally, hospitality robots can perform around-the-clock functions that might be impossible for employees to achieve. Many requirements can be completed with a higher level of precision when compared to human counterparts.

Finally, the presence of robots provides a hotel with a genuinely cutting-edge appeal. Hospitality robots are able to offer such a competitive advantage, so it only stands to reason that managers are choosing to take advantage of such opportunities.

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HARDWARE FOR HOSPITALITY.

Meet the robots which will bring your hotel, restaurant, event space, co-working space and further hospitality spaces the best service and advanced customer experience.

PEPPER.

Pepper is the world’s first social humanoid robot who is able to recognize faces and basic human emotions. Pepper was optimized for human interaction and is able to engage with people through conversation and his touch screen.

120cm, 28kg.

NAO.

NAO is an interactive, humanoid little robot. With his big eyes and surprised expression, NAO acts like a robot playmate, especially for children and elderly. With friendly gestures and the targeted use of music, NAO can provide motivation for fitness and rehabilitation exercises, or make time spent in a waiting room more interesting.

58 cm, 5,2 kg.

PUDU.

Pudu is a service robot that autonomously transports small things from A to B. Pudu is used in restaurants, hospitals, manufacturing plants and industries to transport dishes or products. Each tray can be loaded with a weight of up to 13kg.

516 x 500 x 1288 mm, 35 kg.

TEMI.

Temi is an intelligent robot that automaticly navigates buildings and rooms. It can be used in public institutions, at events or in companies as an information tool or guide. Which is due to the screen als visually possible.

100H x 35W x 45D, 26 lbs / 12 kg.

Connect with the expert for HOSPITALITY.

Silvester de Keijzer.
Director of Business Development