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United Robotics Group at Didacta: Exploring Educational Robotics
Wide range of innovative teaching and rehabilitation approaches:
United Robotics Group, Americas Inc. is set to return to Javits Center where they will showcase Plato and other Hospitality technology solutions for IRFS 2024.
United Robotics Group Inc. presents life sciences service robotics offer at S.L.A.S.
With its new service robot, the company hopes to regain a positive momentum. While it is primarily aimed at the world of catering, particularly large establishments or canteens, Plato has also been tested in a nursing home.
Robots are now expected to solve the problem of the shortage of skilled workers in the nursing, hotel and restaurant industries.
After two and a half years of development, Plato was born and certified according to industrial standards. Unlike our Chinese or Korean competitors, Plato meets data security standards, which is a major asset for users.
Plato doesn't need a break. The robot is constantly scurrying around to bring food and drinks from the kitchen to the tables.”
After its purchase by the German group United Robotics, the French gem Aldebaran unveils its new robot. Plato is a service robot initially designed for the hospitality industry. It can be easily controlled using a tablet or simply by voice.
Robotics can not only be used to improve these children's interaction skills but can also be a means of expression for those who can program the robot. Because the autism spectrum is so broad, there are also children with autism who stand out for their cognitive abilities and passion for technology.
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With the United Robotics Group, Thomas Hähn wants to build on the success of the HAHN
Intended to assist waiters, the device made in France illustrates the new direction taken by the company acquired by the German United Robotics Group. It aims to sell several thousand units in 2023 and sets the tone for a new generation of robots.
Another booming segment are service robots to work in hotels and gastronomy. According to IFR their share grew tremendously by 85%, reaching now 20.000 units. These mobile gastro robots (such as Plato by United Robotics Group) relieve service staff in hospitality and gastronomy during routine tasks such as serving or cleaning the tables.