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mobile robot

[′mō·bəl ′rō‚bät]
(control systems)
A robot mounted on a movable platform that transports it to the area where it carries out tasks.
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International Hotels Group (IHG) launched a new delivery robot at the Crowne Plaza San Jose-Silicon Valley hotel last month.
InterContinental Hotels Group has employed a new delivery robot at the Crowne Plaza San Jose-Silicon Valley.
Navy engineers have developed a similar sensor package that can turn any helicopter with a digital flight control system into an autonomous cargo delivery robot.
Panasonic developed "HOSPI" automatic medication delivery robot, which is used in hospitals in Japan and other countries.
The MedEx suite of products and TUG autonomous mobile delivery robot currently manage four million medication deliveries per year.
The delivery robot for automatic application standardization of bacterial colonies with the possibility of finishing the samples for MALDI-TOF MS measurement (instillation lysis solution, loading the solution of the matrix).
The company recently introduced SaviOne, a revolutionary delivery robot for the services industry.
The company is now marketing the train-themed delivery robot to children's hospitals around the country and donates a portion of the proceeds to Make-A-Wish for each robot installed.
They will contribute to the advance of medical robot technology in Thailand by using the knowledge they have acquired through development and commercialization of robotic technologies represented by an autonomous delivery robot system "HOSPI" and an integrated care bed/wheelchair "RESYONE".
On the other hand, a food delivery robot in the predefined venue of a McDonald's restaurant, for instance, could be a soon reality.
The other product that Panasonic announced is called HOSPI which is an independent delivery robot that helps to transport medication and lab sample collection round-the-clock in hospitals.
Pyxis, a division of Cardinal Health-care, now offers a completely free-moving pharmaceutical delivery robot that delivers medical records and medications in hospitals.