Bear Robotics, a leading artificial intelligence self-driving robot company, has unveiled its latest product, ‘Servi+’, which is tailored for Korean cuisine, featuring various side dishes and soups.
The robot can transport more plates compared to other serving robots available in the Korean market. With a 4-layer tray structure, it can carry up to 16 plates at once and withstand weights of up to 40kg, equivalent to a cement pack. The number of trays and height can be adjusted to cater to different tasks, including serving and dining. The robot can also accommodate up to four waste bins.
Servi+ incorporates a suspension design, similar to the one used in the Mars rover, allowing it to transport food and drinks steadily over uneven and irregular floors, making it ideal for serving liquid dishes such as soups and beverages.
Bear Robotics’ advanced artificial intelligence technology enables an intelligent multi-robot function, allowing different types of robots, including existing service products, to communicate and collaborate with each other, with more than ten robots operating simultaneously.
The latest serving robot has the capability to serve multiple tables at once, enhancing restaurant efficiency. When delivering food to customers, it uses highlight lighting to maximize the natural color of the dishes. Additionally, it is equipped with a three-sided custom display function, enabling customers to interact with the robot in an engaging manner.
Apart from Servi+, Bear Robotics has launched its first mass-produced serving robot, Servi, in 2021, followed by the quarantine robot Servi Air last year. The company continues to introduce new products such as Servi Lift, which can move independently in high-rise buildings with an elevator interlock system, and self-driving robots suitable for various environments.
Bear Robotics’ serving robots are currently operational at several restaurants, including Mongjungheon, On the Border, Paris Croissant, La Grillia, Seorijae, Champonji Zone, and Abiko. The company is collaborating with restaurants, global conglomerates, and recently established a corporation in Ireland to expand into the European market. According to Ha Jung-woo, CEO of Bear Robotics, they aim to become the leading mobility platform developer.
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