Relay is an autonomous delivery robot that works in hotels, hospitals, and other public spaces. It can navigate crowds and operate elevators to bring you room service, or the toothbrush you forgot to pack.
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Elvis, Priscilla, Winnie, Wally, Hazel, Cleo, Leo, and Y2D2 are some of the nicknames given to Relay robots.
Relay robots have made over 400,000 successful deliveries.
Relay robots can be found in the United States, Japan, Singapore, Europe, Thailand, and the Middle East.
In hotels that "employ" Relay, the robot is often the most mentioned member of the staff.
Relay robots working at FedEx's Memphis logistics facility continuously deliver tools and parts to technicians.
- Safe, dynamic navigation. Autonomous elevator operation. Lockable payload. Easy to setup and deploy.
- 92 cm | 36 in
- N/A cm | N/A in
- 51 cm | 20 in
- 40.8 kg | 90 lb
- 2.5 km/h | 1.6 mph
- Cameras, lidar, sonar, accelerometer, gyroscope, safety bumper
- Custom 18-V DC gear motors
- 24-V lithium-iron-magnesium-phosphate battery, 4 hours of operation, 2 hours to recharge
- 2.4 GHz Intel Core i7 Skylake
- Linux and ROS (Robot Operating System)
- DEGREES OF FREEDOM (DOF)
- Stainless steel, aluminum, thermoplastic panels
- $26,000 plus software subscription
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