High quality restaurant beverage robot solutions by Navia Robotics: A soda fountain machine is limited to dispensing soda syrup, which are full of artificial flavors and high fructose corn syrup. They can only handle low viscosity syrups of around 20 centipoise (cps). DrinkBot Pro can handle juice purées, plant based milk concentrates, natural cane sugar syrup and honey up to a thousand times thicker, with viscosity values over 10000 centipose (cps). No other beverage dispenser on the market has the capability to dispense such concentrates, and only DrinkBot Pro utilize values with two liquid tubing lines per ingredient to regularly flush out the syrups for cleaning and maintenance. Discover extra details on drinkbot.
Vacuum 40 is the best commercial autonomous vacuuming robot on the market. It’s built to last, it’s a workhorse that can handle 12,000ft² per hour of vacuuming, and has a cavernous 3 gallon dust bin to handle large areas without interruption. Features a rich plethora of sensors, including LIDAR, 3D Depth cameras, 3D ToF sensors, anti-drop sensors and collision sensors to ensure it doesn’t get lost and avoids all obstacles. Vacuum 40 is the ultimate robot vacuum system that packs a rotating side-brush to get right up to the edge of the walls. With the advanced suite of sensors, you’re guaranteed to have a clean floor with no gaps by the wall. The powerful 24kPa suction power is stronger than most corded vacuum cleaners, meaning your floors will be cleaner than a floor that’s been manually vacuumed. The medical grade H13 HEPA filter ensures that the finest allergens and dust are not kicked up while vacuuming, meaning the air will be purer after running the vacuum than before.
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.
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.
For most operations, battery life is sufficient to last throughout the day, but for 24/7 high volume operations, it’s possible to swap the battery to keep the BellaBot running non-stop. 3 x RGBD depth cameras provide BellaBot with better three-dimensional visual perception than ever before. It can accurately detect obstacles and come to a stop with a response time as short as half a second.Bellabot sensors: Independent Linkage Suspension. Auto-leveling adaptive variable suspension system is built-in to the wheel assembly to dampen the robot from sudden braking and vibration. Damping levels can be adjusted according to different floor compositions and speed requirements. Read extra info on https://www.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.
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.
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.