Restaurant floor scrubber robots experts by Navia Robotics right now: Phantas is the most compact commercial floor cleaning robot in its class, with a length of just 21.3″, width of 17.3″, and a height of 24.3″. It can navigate through aisles as narrow as 21.7″, far narrower than anything else out there in this category. It’s able to navigate under desks and tables with just a 25.6″ height clearance requirement and with the rotating side brush and depth sensors, Phantas can hug walls to ensure it doesn’t miss a spot. The sensor suite also ensures the right cleaning mode is selected for the type of floor it encounters, for example, raising and lowering the dust mop when it detects the transition between a hard floor and a carpeted surface. Find more info on cleaning robots.
KettyBot is our reception and greeting specialist robot. With a large 18.5″ display screen, it can cruise around the entrance displaying marketing ads, escort guests to their table all the while retaining the ability to carry loads in the built-in trays. It’s capable of AI voice interaction with guests to catch their attention and impress! KettyBot in Action! Compact Design for Tight Spaces: KettyBot is our smallest service robot and with its round footprint and forward-leaning body shape, it can navigate between spaces just 22″ wide, making it an ideal choice in crowded and tight environments.
PuduBot features an industry leading visual SLAM solution for accurate location positioning and obstacle avoidance. In addition to the visual SLAM sensors, a LIDAR sensor ensures the PuduBot can react to the presence of obstacles in the blink of an eye. That means whether you have a dozen tables or a hundred, PuduBot will be able to go to the correct table consistently, making your job easier and not having to worry about any mix-ups with customers.
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 spends considerable time and money investing in research and development for core positioning and navigation technologies for our robotic systems. We partner with top technology companies around the world to develop accurate positioning systems and sensors and have expertise in both LIDAR and visual imaging systems and utilize our own advanced algorithms for simultaneous localization and mapping. Our latest BellaBot is the first in the service robot industry to utilize both LIDAR and visual SLAM systems for accurate positioning and repeatability, one of the most important aspects of a service robot’s capabilities.
For large carrying capacity, look no further, HolaBot is at your service. With intelligent paging and voice control function, HolaBot is designed to boost efficiency and productivity in restaurants, hospitals, warehouses and factories. HolaBot has a 132lb carrying capacity with a maximum volume of nearly 40 gallons. 4 large capacity trays allow you to stow away large amounts of dishes, products or any other goods from one point to the next, with contactless voice activated cues to turn the robot around for loading and unloading. The trays can also be detached for larger, taller items.
BellaBot has multiple status lights to easily communicate the status of the device with the customer. Light interactions can also be customized for your specific needs. BellaBot has an integrated touch sensor to interact with the customer, bringing forth a new level of interactivity with service robots. Modular structure for quick disassembly and compact stowage. Sensors are embedded over the trays to determine if the tray is occupied or empty. Discover even more details on naviarobotics.com.
In addition, voice recordings were made to introduce the guests and to remind them to take table settings and menus from the robot once arriving at their tables. If patrons needed another set of tableware or napkins, or even a menu for a late arrival, the KettyBot could easily be dispatched to service the particular table quickly. Of course, some things to take into consideration are the operational characteristics of the restaurant, so this may or may not be the ideal use case for you. However, for the vast majority of fast and casual dining establishments, owners have commented how much of a time savings it was to utilize the KettyBot in such fashion. Customer service and satisfaction metrics went up, and patrons enjoyed the novelty aspect of watching service robots go around, generating even more buzz and essentially free social media marketing.