After use, the indoor delivery robot can return to the docking station and charge automatically.
The elevator can recognize our indoor delivery robot. The delivery robot can not only enter the elevator autonomously but also communicate outside of the elevator.
With intelligent 3D sensors, the indoor delivery robot can avoid obstacles at various angles autonomously and maintain stable operation.
Using the antiskid design at the bottom, our indoor delivery robot can also move smoothly on the slippery road.
The most concern is where delivery robots are used.
Fdata Indoor Delivery Robot can be used in hotels, campuses, hospitals, airports, office buildings, and stadiums. In these places, we can see delivery robots working hard, the indoor delivery automation saves labor and improves our living standards.
The core of indoor delivery robots to achieve automated delivery is to break the core technology of intelligent obstacle avoidance, autonomous navigation, elevator interaction, map building, and so on.
The Fdata team uses self-developed algorithms and a variety of sensors to apply to Indoor Delivery Robots, sensing dynamic or static obstacles in their path planning, and the robots will follow a certain algorithm to update their path in real time to avoid obstacles and finally reach their destination. The sensors used in obstacle avoidance include vision sensors, laser sensors, infrared sensors, ultrasonic sensors, etc. Multiple sensors are needed to use the robot for intelligent obstacle avoidance and to ensure the safety of pedestrians and the robot itself.
The SLAM technology was applied to the robot for instant positioning and map building, and the robot will interact with the environment in the actual task execution, which requires more technical support, and the application of path planning technology combined with the core algorithm to make the robot move freely in the complex environment.
Elevator control, Fdata has developed an elevator control system to link the delivery robot with the elevator system for multi-floor positioning. The robot can walk through different floors, getting on/off the elevator independently and freely.