What is a Food Delivery Robot?
Restaurant food delivery robots generally have three-tier trays with huge capacity, which can transfer dishes, recycle tableware, etc., and perform some restaurant “running errands” tasks to the greatest extent. It integrates trackless positioning and navigation, intelligent safety obstacle avoidance, multi-machine collaborative work, free voice dialogue, etc., and is also equipped with an AI interaction engine to meet customers’ communication needs for robots. Most restaurant food delivery robots can work continuously for at least 4 hours a day. Each delivery takes about 5-10 minutes. It can complete 6-12 delivery tasks per hour, and an average of 80 delivery tasks per day.
Food Delivery Robot Battery Requirements
Nowadays, due to the advantages of high energy density, good safety performance, long cycle life, strong endurance, safety and environmental protection, lithium batteries are basically the first choice for food delivery robots. This also explains the characteristics of the food delivery robot battery, but the most important features are safety and stability, long life and high energy density.
There are many people in the catering industry, and the safety and stability of the battery is the first and foremost. It cannot cause similar explosions or fires. Lithium iron phosphate batteries meet this requirement. Lithium iron phosphate batteries generally have a relatively long lifespan, which can reach 10 to 15 years, and can achieve a great improvement in battery life. In addition, unlike lead-acid batteries, which need to be replaced frequently, it can greatly improve work efficiency.