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Panasonic startet Demonstrations experimente mit dem autonomen Lieferroboter "HOSPI(R)" an Flughafen und Hotel

Panasonic Corporation gab heute bekannt, dass ab Mitte Januar 2017 mit Demonstrations experimenten mit dem autonomen Lieferroboter "HOSPI(R)" in Zusammenarbeit mit der Narita International Airport Corporation und dem ANA Crowne Plaza Narita begonnen wird.

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Demonstration experiments of "HOSPI(R)" begin at an airport and hotel (Photo: Business Wire)

Demonstration experiments of "HOSPI(R)" begin at an airport and hotel (Photo: Business Wire)

HOSPI(R) ist ein Roboter, der im Auftrag von Menschen Waren autonom liefern kann. Basierend auf vorprogrammierten Karteninformationen und unter Anwendung von Hochleistungssensoren und modernen Algorithmen zur Kollisionsvermeidung kann der Roboter sich frei bewegen und dabei seine Umgebung beobachten; er kann Waren sicher und effizient liefern, ohne unterwegs mit Passanten oder Objekten zusammenzustoßen. Im Gegensatz zu traditionellen Liefersystemen muss kein Equipment in Wänden oder Decken installiert werden; auch Führungsbänder entlang der Strecke sind nicht erforderlich. Somit können Änderungen von Lieferzielen und an Lageplänen von Einrichtungen einfach und mit geringem Kostenaufwand vorgenommen werden. Unter Anerkennung dieser Merkmale wurde der HOSPI(R) bereits von vier Krankenhäusern in Japan und anderen Ländern für die Lieferung von Pharmazeutika und Proben übernommen.

In den vorgesehenen Demonstration sexperimenten werden die Roboter benutztes Geschirr in der Flughafenlounge abräumen und in der Hotellobby Getränke anbieten. Durch diese Demonstrations experimente wird Panasonic die Leistungsfähigkeit des HOSPI(R) bei der Ausführung anderer Dienstleistungen belegen und die wirtschaftliche Entwicklung des HOSPI(R) beschleunigen.

[Video] Demonstrations experimente des autonomen Lieferroboters HOSPI(R) an einem Flughafen und einem Hotel
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CkAOuyWWjaQ

Zusammenfassung der Demonstration sprojekte

1. Getränkeservice.

Zeitraum: Samstag, 14. Januar, bis Mittwoch, 18. Januar 2017
Ort: ANA Crowne Plaza Narita, 1F Lobby
Beschreibung: Der Roboter wird sich frei in der Lobby bewegen und den Hotelgästen Getränke in Flaschen anbieten. Er wird auch Informationen über Busabfahrten liefern.

2. Abräumen von Geschirr.

Zeitraum: Montag, 23. Januar, bis Freitag, 27. Januar 2017
Ort: Narita International Airport, "Narita Travel Lounge"
Beschreibung: Der Roboter wird benutztes Geschirr abräumen und an den dafür vorgesehenen Schalter bringen.

*Im Augenblick gibt es keine Pläne für die dauerhafte Vorstellung des HOSPI(R) am Narita International Airport und dem ANA Crowne Plaza Narita. Mit seinen Robotern zur persönlichen Fürsorge wird Panasonic zu einem sicheren, geborgenen und komfortablen Lebensstil beitragen.

Über Panasonic
Die Panasonic Corporation ist ein weltweit führendes Unternehmen in der Entwicklung verschiedener elektronischer Technologien und Lösungen für Kunden in den Bereichen Unterhaltungselektronik, Immobilien, Automobilindustrie, Unternehmenslösungen und Geräte. Seit seiner Gründung 1918 hat das Unternehmen weltweit expandiert und unterhält mittlerweile 474 Tochtergesellschaften und 94 verbundene Unternehmen weltweit, die in dem am 31. März 2016 zu Ende gegangenen Geschäftsjahr einen Nettoumsatz von insgesamt 7,553 Billionen Yen ausweisen konnten. Im Bestreben, durch bereichsübergreifende Innovationen neue Werte zu schaffen, nutzt das Unternehmen seine Technologien, um seinen Kunden bessere Lebensbedingungen und eine bessere Welt zu ermöglichen. Weitere Informationen zu Panasonic: http://www.panasonic.com/global.

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