‘Even the nicest bartender in the world wants nothing to do with you after closing time. After serving you mai tais all night, they wont be there the next morning with a hot cup of coffee to help get you back to life. Barney the robot would be, however.’ The leading guide to food robotics and automation, Ottomate News, only has praise for Barney! Also don’t miss Ottomate News’ robotic bar guide with Barney Bar and Barney Barista.
CH Media made a TV report about Lio while he was fulfilling his daily tasks at Zihlschlacht, Switzerland. The extensive TV report was published in the show “CheckUp das Gesundheitsmagazin” diring prime time on a number of swiss TV channels (Tele Züri, Tele Bärn, Tele M1…).
A very interesting and detailed article in the ‘Salzburger Nachrichten’ about elderly care. The article references the “Dialogforum: Mensch und Endlichkeit” which took place at Schloss Goldegg.
April 16 the news agency Reuters stopped by at our Barney bar in Zurich Oerlikon to enjoy a drink and get an impression of our robot bar Barney.
The New York Post published this very extensive article about Barney Bar. It is worth a read. And includes a large number of high-gloss images of the robot bar.
The article discusses the implementation of Lio in elderly care homes. The author bases his findings on the extensive study by the Fachhochschule Graubünden.
Dear customers, suppliers, friends and acquaintances of F&P Robotics
It is difficult for us, but we have to inform about a sad loss.
In its new audio report “Artificial Intelligence and Morality”, Swiss Radio SRF has devoted itself to the exciting topic of machine ethics. Technical conditions are getting better and better, but on what basis are decisions made in machines? Can a robot recognise human emotions or even attain consciousness?
F&P is proud to have contributed to the content of the “Good Work Charter of the European Robotics Industry” and to be featured with P-Rob on the front page. Especially in service robotics human centric working principles are key for success.
Robots in care are becoming more needed every day. Personal assistant robot Lio is here to assist healthcare professionals. Interview with Prof. Oliver Bendel and Michael Früh about challenges and solutions in healthcare robotics published in med Ambiente magazine.