an autonomous indoor robot designed to provide small goods delivery services to organizations including hotels, hospitals, and high-rise buildings.
GAEMI utilizes its integrated arm to interact with existing human-centric infrastructure to allow deployment in existing environments without requiring redesigns for autonomous operation.
Round-The-Clock Delivery of Amenities
Guests, diners, patients, and people engaging with businesses everywhere expect a heightened level of service. This expectation comes at a time of staff shortages, tightened budgets, and customers valuing separation from employees and other members of the public. The ROBOTIS GAEMI provides the perfect solution to that dilemma by delivering an easy to operate, completely self-sufficient robot assistant that takes care of the menial tasks and frees up hoteliers, restauranteurs, nurses, and others to go on with their work.
GAEMI is an indoor self-driving robot based on the proven technology and industry expertise of ROBOTIS, a global robot solutions provider that has been building and selling robots worldwide for decades.
DRIVING SPEED 0.5M/S,
MAXIMUM SPEED 1.2M/S
- Drawer: 2
- Swing door: 2~4
- Tray: 3
KOREAN, ENGLISH, JAPANESE, CHINESE
UP TO 24 HOURS
540 X 500 X 1,150 (L X W X H; MM)
75KG (165 LBS)
Room service, Amenity, Food and Drink Delivery
Medicine and medical supply delivery
Small parcel, mail, and document delivery service within office complexes
The Indoor GAEMI has three available storage options to accommodate different service environments.
GAEMI can safely deliver amenities, food, and beverages to hotel guests, while protecting their privacy and health through contactless delivery.
ROOM SERVICE ORDER IS RECEIVED
THE REQUESTED ITEM IS PLACED IN GAEMI'S STORAGE, AND THE DESTINATION IS ENTERED
GAEMI USES THE ELEVATOR TO MOVE BETWEEN FLOORS
GAEMI EXITS THE ELEVATOR ON THE CORRECT FLOOR AND CONTINUES TO THE DESTINATION
KNOCK ON THE GUEST'S DOOR TO INDICATE ARRIVIAL AT THE DESTINATION
GUEST COLLECTS ITEMS AND CONFIRMS SUCCESSFUL DELIVERY
GAEMI RETURNS TO THE CHARGING STATION
ENVIRONMENTAL DATA COLLECTION AND ROBOT LEARNING
TEST OPERATION AND USER TRAINING