The increase in food delivery robots is mainly due to two aspects: First, under the influence of the epidemic, labor has become a major negative factor in the catering industry. The difficulty of recruiting workers is only one aspect. The impact of the epidemic on the daily operations of the catering industry has also made some stores unable to bear the original labor costs. On the other hand, under the epidemic, contactless food delivery has become more and more the focus of people's attention, and food delivery robots have well avoided the unintentional spread of the epidemic during meals.
Food delivery robots usually have multi-layer trays, and a single-layer tray can load up to 10KG. With the equipped synchronous positioning and map construction system, it relies on encoders, gyroscopes, laser odometers, lidars, image modules, WIFI, etc. to ensure positioning accuracy and stability, and achieve stable and efficient operation in various application scenarios such as restaurants.
At the same time, multi-machine collaboration can allow multiple machines to cooperate intelligently through the central integration hub in the same working environment, highly coordinated, and further improve the efficiency of meal delivery. According to restaurant usage data, a robot can deliver more than 300 dishes on average every day, and during peak holiday seasons, it can deliver more than 400 dishes in a single day. Compared with a waiter's delivery of about 200 dishes a day, the efficiency of the food delivery robot has reached 1.5 to 2 times that of the waiter.
In addition, food delivery robots have also become the scene of some restaurants. For example, after the introduction of food delivery robots in hot pot restaurants, not only the efficiency of food delivery has been improved, but it has also attracted the attention of many diners. Meal robots come to experience. In addition, in the store, the existence of food delivery robots does not replace human service, but frees them from food delivery work, allowing them to have more time to serve other diners.
Compared with traditional service personnel, food delivery robots have good advantages in terms of efficiency, cost and hygiene. If more humanized functions are added in the future development process, it is believed that food delivery robots will be more popular. As a tool for auxiliary work, robots can undertake repetitive and basic labor, liberate service personnel from complicated labor in the past, and allow staff to undertake tasks that require communication and are more difficult to operate. This way of use is more in line with the human-machine collaboration model of modern catering.