DFA Robotics has started handling KEENON Robotics’ type 3 catering robot.To commemorate the handling, a free monitor campaign will be held for companies considering the introduction of service robots. -DFA Robotics provides total support, from proposing the use of robots capable of non-contact catering in various situations such as restaurants, karaoke, and food courts, to introduction and aftercare-
DFA Robotics Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo; President: Masaaki Hatano), a robotics solution company that promotes restaurant DX, has partnered with KEENON Robotics (location: Chuo-ku, Tokyo; President: Lee Tong). ) has started handling the serving robot type 3 provided by. To commemorate this, we will hold a campaign to monitor the introduction of KEENON Robotics’ serving robots.
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Supporting management problem solving by proposing robot utilization according to the scene
KEENON Robotics’ type 3 catering robot, which we have started handling, can be used in various ways depending on the usage scene and location, as well as conventional usage for serving and lowering. By entrusting mechanical work such as serving food and moving luggage, it has become possible for staff to devote more time to customer service. -List of new handling models-
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It is possible to carry packages of various shapes not only at restaurants, but also at warehouses, distribution centers, and offices. Packages can be received from anywhere in the front or back, shortening transportation time and greatly improving work efficiency. It is expected that robots will be used in various scenes in the future, without being bound by the framework of “serving food”. ● (Center of photo) DINERBOT T8, a small serving robot that can turn in a small radius
It is a small catering robot that can operate even in small stores without feeling oppressive. You can assist staff in providing prompt service and collecting used plates. The DINERBOT T8 allows staff to focus on providing better service, significantly improving the overall efficiency and service standards of restaurant operations.
● (Right photo) BUTLERBOT W3, a catering robot with an automatic opening and closing door
It is a catering robot that can open and close only designated doors, and specializes in serving and delivering meals with consideration for privacy. It is possible to automatically get on and off by linking the system with the elevator, and by operating it day and night, it will perform tasks such as hotel room service that could only be done by people instead, solving the labor shortage.
Test introduction free monitor campaign started for a limited time Our company aims to solve the problems by securing labor force and improving productivity at restaurants, medical institutions, commercial facilities, etc. due to the effects of population decline and the prolonged corona disaster.
For that reason, we are proposing the use of catering robots that aim to generate profits by introducing them, not only in charge of the work that has been done by “people” at each facility until now, and that it is a contactless service. We are contributing to the improvement of productivity at each facility by working to improve operational efficiency.
In commemoration of the start of handling, we are looking for a free monitor for KEENON Robotics’ serving robot type 3.
If you are considering measures such as securing a labor force, improving productivity, and marketing using robots, please try this opportunity.
◆ Test introduction of KEENON Robotics products Overview of free monitor campaign ◆
We will test-introduce KEENON Robotics products, which we have started handling, free of charge at the stores of companies that are considering introducing service robots. The application period is until the end of June.
・ Target: Companies that are considering introducing a serving robot ・ How to apply: Please contact us from the website stating that you would like to monitor KEENON Robotics products for free
・ Recruitment period: May 23, 2023 (Tuesday) to June 30, 2023 (Friday) ・Installation and installation support: DFA Robotics Co., Ltd. ■ About the lease contract
In addition to the free test introduction, we also accept lease agreements for KEENON Robotics’ type 3 catering robot. If you are interested, please contact us from the inquiry page.
■What is KEENON Robotics?
Founded in 2010, KEENON is committed to using our core technology to power the life around us. The world’s leading commercial service robotics company. With stable, efficient and practical commercial service robots as its business core, the company provides intelligent solutions for various scenarios such as restaurants, hotels, and hospitals, liberating people from repetitive and tedious workflows. KEENON robots have been deployed in over 60 countries and serve over 20,000 customers worldwide.
What is DFA Robotics?
With the vision of “creating next-generation social infrastructure”, we will implement cutting-edge robotics in society,
We are a robotics solution company aiming for a future that improves the value of “people” and “business” around the world.
In a society where the population is declining and aging, we position robots as beings that “enhance people’s potential” rather than “rob people’s jobs”, and provide “robotics solutions” to social issues. I’m here.
In November 2021, we entered the catering robot business in earnest, and in about a year (*), we have introduced more than 3,250 serving robots nationwide. Our robot support bases are located in more than 140 locations nationwide, and we are quickly proposing introductions rooted in each region and building after-sales support systems. We have received requests from many companies for the support
capabilities of robot-introduced stores that have been realized through this.
In the future, we will not only solve problems with single work of serving robots, but also challenge unexplored areas and create a new future, such as marketing through robot x system cooperation that utilizes service robots in general.
*From November 1, 2021 to December 31, 2022
DFA Robotics Co., Ltd., as a start-up company that provides solutions using robots, plans to promote DX conversion to various facilities in the future.
In response to the problem of a shortage of excellent labor due to the wave of population decline and aging in Japan, we propose solutions to solve problems and improve convenience with robots.
We will continue to support restaurants, improve the value of human resources, and work on SDGs to create new value.
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Name: KEENON Robotics Co., Ltd. https://www.keenon.com/jp/
Established: April 2022
Representative: Lee Tong, President and CEO
Location: Higashi-Nihonbashi EX Building 4F, 3-4-18
Higashi-Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Capital: 5 million yen
Business: Service robot development, design, manufacturing and sales company
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Name: DFA Robotics Co., Ltd. https://dfarobotics.com/
Established: September 2017
Representative: Masaaki Hatano, President and Representative Director Location: 4th floor, Tokyu Fudosan Ebisu Building, 1-18-18 Ebisu, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Capital: 56,835,500 yen
Number of employees: 43 (as of May 2023)
Business description: Import, sales, introduction support, after-sales follow-up, etc. of traveling robots such as DINERBOT T8, DINERBOT T5 Pro, BUTLERBOT W3
■ Contact information
Inquiries about introducing robots, etc.
Public Relations Manager: Homma mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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