Tray delivery robot won’t keep diners waiting

Tray delivery robot won’t keep diners waiting

SoftBank Robotics Australia has partnered with wholesale distributor Sushi Machines to offer robotic and AI solutions for restaurants.

Under this partnership, Sushi Machines will start offering Gausium’s Tray Delivery Robot Delivery X1 to its customers as a solution to ongoing worker shortages in the hospitality industry.

Delivery X1 is a tray delivery robot produced by one of SoftBank Robotics’ global partners Gausium.

Leveraging technological capabilities from Gausium, Delivery X1 is pitched as able to safely transport and deliver large volumes of food and beverages as well as replenishment items on up to four trays.

Gausium’s self-owned SLAM (Simultaneous Localisation and Mapping) technology allows Delivery X1 to perform flexibly in complex, dynamic environments and can perceive and create semantic maps of its surroundings.

Designed for fast deployment without a location QR code, Delivery X1 offers flexible operations and control through an intuitive touch screen or android mobile app.

Stuart Aamodt, Director of Sushi Machines Australia and New Zealand, said: “Our partnership with SoftBank Robotics marked a first for Sushi Machine in Australia to initiate robotics solutions to our customers as we continue to expand our offering.”

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