Robots are changing the way we think about the hospitality industry

Every year, technology becomes more and more part of our daily lives. Whether it’s ever-improving smartphones or self-driving cars. A company is striving to make technology — especially robots — a bigger part of the industry that Las Vegas relies on the most: hospitality. Currently, Adam can perform tasks such as creating the perfect cappuccino. Another Adam learns – or is programmed – to pour craft beer. The hope for the future, Richtech says, is that artificial smart cameras will transform Adam from repeating footage to adapting to his environment. Richtech, said. “Right now all of our orders are being processed on a tablet, but eventually customers will be able to speak with Adam and place the order there.” While Adam may have been one of the stars of the show at the recent Bar and Restaurant Expo in March, Richtech says it already has thousands of customers around the world using the services of other types of robots, such as Maitre D’ to deliver drinks and meals to tables, the UV Guardian, which is used to disinfect rooms, Richie, the hotel delivery robot in a tuxedo for room service, and Dust-E, which vacuums , washes and disinfects floors. his path. “Service and entertainment are really the driving factors why robotics will be adopted so quickly,” said Richtech executive KC McCreery. Watch the video above to learn more about this story.

Every year, technology becomes more and more part of our daily lives. Whether it’s ever-improving smartphones or self-driving cars.

A company is striving to make technology — especially robots — a bigger part of the industry that Las Vegas relies on the most: hospitality.

Meet Adam, an entertaining robotic bartender and bartender under development at Richtech Robotics in Las Vegas. Currently, Adam can perform tasks such as creating the perfect cappuccino.

Another Adam is learning – or being programmed – how to pour craft beer.

The hope for the future, says Richtech, is that artificial smart cameras will transform Adam from repeating footage to adapting to his environment.

“It would be able to detect faces so it could take commands by voice,” said Timothy Tanksley, deputy technical director at Richtech. “At the moment all of our orders are processed on a tablet, but eventually customers will be able to speak with Adam and place the order there.”

While Adam may have been one of the stars of the show at the recent Bar and Restaurant Expo in March, Richtech says he already has thousands of customers around the world using the services of other types of robots. , such as Maitre D’ to deliver drinks and meals. at the tables are the UV Guardian, which is used to sanitize rooms, Richie, the tuxedo-clad hotel delivery robot for room service, and Dust-E, which vacuums, washes and sanitizes floors .

Each robot uses technologies such as AI cameras and lidar to complete each task, and even to stop to avoid colliding with anything that might cross its path.

“Service and entertainment are really the driving factors why robotics will be adopted so quickly,” said Richtech executive KC McCreery.

Watch the video above to learn more about this story.

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