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Robot Room Service Hits Aloft Hotel Group

8/19/2014 11:20 AM EDT
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DrQuine   9/5/2014 4:32:53 PM
Planning for the robot butler to concentrate on delivery of small items and towels makes good sense. Automated systems have been delivering mail and other items within technically savvy offices for years. I'd guess a system to deliver luggage will take longer since the hotel guest probably won't want to be responsible for unloading the automated cart (and even a tilt-cart could have trouble delivering to the desired location within the room). 

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