China’s OrionStar Robotics has announced the next generation of its delivery robot. The Lucki PRO service robot includes features such as a dish recognition camera, 360-degree smart ambient lamp, 14.1-inch high-definition screen, and torsion bar damping suspension.
The dish recognition camera can automatically identify and broadcast dishes, enabling real-time data analysis and standardization for chain restaurants, the company said. The 360-degree ambient lamp can automatically illuminate the tray where the dishes are to be picked up, making meal-picking more convenient.
In addition to its larger interactive screen, the Lucki PRO features artificial intelligence voice capability. WIth a six-microphone array, the robot has a voice recognition accuracy of 90%, and can work in noisy environments with noise up to 75 db. The robot also features a high-fidelity subwoofer.
The robot’s quasi-circular chassis helps to improve the robot’s passability, and the torsion bar damping suspension makes it more adaptable to various complex ground environments, OrionStar said. A large-diameter and higher-torque hub motor aims to improve load capacity and stability. The robot supports tray loads of up to 15 kg per layer, with a total load of up to 60 kg, a 50% improvement.
For navigating around obstacles, the robot includes a built-in 240-degree lidar and three RGB-D cameras to recognize 3D obstacles without any blind areas in the front, including the ability to recognize tiny, moving and suspended objects. The robot’s battery capacity has also been expanded by 64%, allowing it to work continuously for up to 16 hours, with recharging taking four hours.
OrionStar said it has deployed more than 45,000 robots since its founding in 2016, serving more than 500 million people in more than 40 countries. For more details on the company, visit the OrionStar website here.