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Bangkok University Students Develop Waiter Robot

Japan may not be the only Asian country producing robots for the service industry anymore.

Waiter Robot

A team of students at Bangkok University have developed a robot which can be deployed in restaurants for carrying and serving food. The robot will be powered by Linux.

Although it will take time for these robots to replace human waiters, this is definitely a bold step and a good marketing trick for restaurants deploying these robots. The robot is ISO 14121 certified for machinery safety. The University is working with MK, a local restaurant chain, for making more of these robots and this project is termed as ‘MK Robot Project’.

This robot from Thailand gives competition to a service robot made in Vietnam, which is called TOPIO DIO.


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