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Friday, October 15 2021 - 18:18
AsiaNet
Keenon Robotics Reveals Innovative Restaurant Robotics Products and Solutions at FOODtech Japan 2021
TOKYO, Oct. 15, 2021 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

Keenon Robotics Co., Ltd (Keenon), a leading global commercial service robotics 
company, has revealed its full product line of restaurant service robots 
demonstrating its innovative robotics products and solutions at FOODtech Japan 
2021, a Business to Business (B2B) exhibition specializing in food factory, 
restaurant and kitchen automation technologies running from Oct 13-15, 2021.

Keenon displayed its entire product line of commercial service robots that are 
equipped with cutting-edge automatic positioning and navigation technology at 
FOODtech Japan 2021. Their newly introduced products present innovative 
robotics solutions that allow high accuracy indoor positioning and in-depth 
obstacle avoidance, which guarantee flexible mobility even in dynamic 
commercial environments.

"We are thrilled to introduce our products and communicate at FOODtech Japan 
2021. As a global technology company, Keenon sees Japan as one of our most 
essential markets," said Murakami Matsuo, regional Sales Director for Japan. 
"Keenon is aimed at offering our customers the most stable, efficient and 
practical robotics products. Our robots come with different features, from 
lightweight to high capacity or from open design to fully sealed, making them 
suitable for all types of restaurants ranging from sushi houses, BBQ 
restaurants, and Ramen joints. We are seeking to collaborate with more local 
stakeholders to better serve the Japanese market."

Keenon has already cemented its leadership in the intelligent robotics industry 
across China and built strong partnerships with several well-known chains of 
restaurants including Haidilao Hotpot, XiabuXiabu, and Spacelab.  Keenon is 
committed to empowering the hospitality sector with advanced AI-enabled 
robotics solutions in order to reduce labor costs and augment the productivity 
and efficiency of food delivery service.

Since COVID-19 hit the headlines, intelligent service robots have been more 
widely embraced by the service industry to overcome restrictions the virus has 
imposed. Besides offering reliable contactless food delivery, Keenon's 
restaurant service robots are able to collaborate with multiple robots to 
complete distribution tasks efficiently and safely, and unlike humans, can work 
full 24-hour shifts without needing any refills and then automatically charge 
themselves when the battery is low to ensure minimum maintenance by humans.

In September 2020,  Keenon Robotics announced a global partnership with 
SoftBank Robotics Group (SBRG), a worldwide leader in robotics solutions and 
jointly launched the latest service robot, Keenbot. This robot, developed by 
Keenon, is armed with the company's AI capabilities and powered by SoftBank's 
advanced cloud computing infrastructure. The Keenbot first appeared in stores 
across Singapore and Japan, and has been deployed to Cloud Kitchens and the 
food delivery services of Grab, a Singapore based tech company and one of 
Southeast Asia's most valued startups that houses more than 20 food and 
beverage brands. Along with Keenbot, other Keenon service robots were also 
displayed in FOODtech Japan 2021.

About Keenon RoboticsĀF

Founded in 2010, Keenon is committed to using AI technology to empower 
surrounding life. It is the world's leading commercial service robot company. 
With stable, efficient and practical commercial service robots as the business 
core, the company offers intelligent solutions for various scenarios including 
restaurants, hotels and hospitals to free people from repetitive and tedious 
workflows. Keenon robots have been deployed in more than 30+ countries, serving 
over 10,000 customers worldwide.

Business Contact in Japan:

Murakami Matsuo 
Email: murakami.matsuo@KEENON.com 
Web: www.KEENON.com

SOURCE:Keenon Robotics

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