RobotCheers uses Ubuntu to create hospitality robots

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on 11 April 2017

Meet Spiro. Spiro greets you after a long day of travel, answers questions related to your stay and can give you a guided tour – in essence, all that a hotel concierge offers. Spiro was developed by RobotCheers to enhance the customer experience and is running in hotels across China. The service robot industry is forecasted to surpass $7B by 2020.

Learn more on how Spiro is looking to impact the face of the service industry, the challenges the development team faced and why it runs on Ubuntu.
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