Thanks to a combination of advanced hardware and innovative software, Temi offers exceptional remote presence experience. And there is so much more you can do! Whether it's through vocal commands or through the touchscreen, you can naturally interact with Temi and get the information you need. Temi delivers groundbreaking engagement solutions for your business: greeting customers, guiding them to a specific area or promoting your solutions... The efficient autonomous navigation algorithm allows Temi to navigate flawlessly and understand its environment allowing a safe and smooth experience.
Temi is the first robot with Alexa built-in, delivering a full hands-free experience. Whether is it to ask Temi about specific information available on the cloud, send it to locations, take pictures or videos, Alexa takes your robot to the next level. Open to 3rd party applications, Temi can also become your customers or employees' front end system to deliver information available in your back-end ecosystem. The possibitlities are endless.
TEMI in a nutshell:
1x TEMI Robot, 1x Docking Station + Cable, Quick setup Guide, SDK and 1-year
Main software for Temi Robot. This Content Management System enables Temi to connect to the cloud, provide account management, assign robots to skills, create and allocate menus, manage integrations and content.
Temi’s AI and advanced indoor navigation technology, along with its stylish presence is the perfect match for hotel chains’ customer-centric approach. Temi can function as a lobby clerk, greeting guests and guiding them through the lobby while offering front desk services, operating elevators, assisting in restaurants and etc. Temi can also take on efficient room deliveries.
Temi can offer refreshing and up to date means of communication within the hotel (front desk, info & services) and with the guests’ contacts as it brings new experiences to hotel chains looking for ways to rebrand or refresh. Temi can increase revenue and productivity while improving the guest experience.
Temi at Nautilus by Arlo
Check out temi rolling around at the Nautilus Hotel in Miami, joking with the guests and directing them to the different numerous events that the hotel team cooked up for Art Basel.
The combination of temi's mobility, Human-robot interaction and connectivity, and SDK make it the most sophisticated and agile “Kiosk” in the world. Here is a very short example of a hospitality app - to be deployed shortly in it’s full version offering additional features fully integrated with the Hotel’s back-end systems.
Pepper is the perfect host in your restaurant! It can accept reservations online, or over the phone, can greet your visitors when they arrive, and even take them to their assigned table when it is ready, navigating the floor and avoiding obstacles. Once seated, the robot can recommend today’s specials. Selected menu items presented by the robot, along with mouthwatering videos and images as a reference, ensure higher value from every seated guest.
Check out the customer success stories below:
Pepper the robot starts work at sushi restaurant
“Pepper’s roll-out is part of a larger vision to transform HSBC’s branch banking experience, we like to call it the ‘Branch of the Future,’ by providing a host of consumer-facing upgrades that will take the franchise in an exciting new direction.”
By asking initial questions, Pepper can help determine a customer’s needs, relay that information to bank staff and save time for everyone involved.
Dancing robot café opens in Tokyo
Pepper Parlor, based at the Tokyu Plaza Shibuya, offers an original menu designed by former New York chef Fumio Yonezawa, including sweet and savoury waffles made with five different types of dough. The café also houses a small shop selling food, accessories and apparel and – most notably – is staffed by robots.
10 Pepper robots work at the café, taking food and drink orders and interacting with customers, including taking photos with them..
Temi can welcome people into the restaurant as a host and server as it seats customers and takes their orders using either voice or its touchscreen. The restaurant will develop a branded android app which supports such type of services. Temi will be both operatively helpful and draw customers’ attention to the restaurant.
Check out the customer success stories below:
Temi, a robot for restaurant management
LORABOTS (Locality Robot Application System) is a suite of highly customisable enterprise-robots with AI, facial recognition, thermal scanning, teleconferencing, person-to-robot & robot-robot communication capabilities that is designed to enter homes, healthcare centres, offices, hotels, retail stores, hotels and many more at an affordable price never seen before. These enterprise robots are brought in exclusively by LDR Pte Ltd for Singapore and Asia Pacific deployment.
There are two genre of LORABOTS that LDR have brought into Singapore: one is an award winning personal-assistant robot from Israel named Temi (which won the the Best of Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona and the Best CES Asia Award 2019 in Shanghai). The other is a series of well-tested and proven admin and service robots named PadBots which has already been successfully deployed across various sectors (healthcare, office, hotels etc) in China.
Healthcare service providers will deliver Temi robots to patients, to monitor their vital signs electronically. Real-time vitals can be acquired from medical devices and the moving video call enables physical examination by real nurses and doctors. This solution eliminates the costly and time-consuming travels of nurses and doctors to distant patients for a periodic review. Doctors will travel only in those cases in which their actual presence is required. The quality of medical service is improved in two ways: 1. The life cycle cost of the solution is significantly lower with a onetime cost of few thousands dollars. 2. A Temi that resides and moves around the home of the patients gives them immediate medical attention in any room they may be in – The patients can call the doctors through Temi and the doctors are supplied with both a live visual of the patients as well as medical data collected – giving them good grounds for examination. An emergency medical app for Temi can automatically alert medical support upon detection of a person lying on the floor.
Check out the customer success stories below:
Temi Robot at Rockcastle County Hospital
Deployed at Rockcastle Regional, Temi has begun his new career: helping respiratory care residents smile. “I love that Temi can play music,” said Brian Knoops, a respiratory care center resident. “And since he can follow me, he makes a great mobile DJ.”
In addition to his musical skills, Temi can follow basic commands like “go to the nurse’s station,” or answer questions like “what will the weather be like?” He can follow a resident through hallways and navigate potential obstacles without outside assistance. He has a small shelf that can be used to ferry small items like drinks back and forth between resident areas. He can make phone calls, take pictures, and set up video calls using an app like Apple’s “FaceTime.”
Temi’s telepresence capabilities are particularly impactful in an inpatient setting. The respiratory care center helps residents from all over the United States. Many of these patients are homesick. Rockcastle Regional staff hope that Temi’s video conferencing can help residents maintain important connections with their families.
Adopted by the airport operator or the airlines themselves, Temi can handle online check-in for passengers based on AI and touchscreen display. Additional capabilities can be added such as scanning passports or boarding tickets as part of the skill development by the Temi owner. Temi can provide booking confirmation, baggage allowance information and any other general airport queries such as departure and landing schedule etc. The airline or airport would position its Temis in the desks area, gates, or lounges, with a skill developed and designed by them.
Temi at the Incheon International Airport Corporation
A volunteer tests a thermal screening robot at a departure terminal at Incheon International Airport. The Incheon International Airport Corporation on announced it has set up thermal screening robots and kiosks where travelers and visitors can take their own temperature at both terminals. The robot automatically alerts the airline if a passenger’s temperature is high, while the kiosk sets off an alarm. In the second half the airport plans to install a robot that detects whether a person is wearing a mask or not.
If companies do not act globally, they will remain local. We travel and operate global offices in order to grow our businesses. However, as enterprises expand, there is a stronger need to stay in control. This need can be fulfilled by a personal robot. With Temi, you can be on a business trip in China and casually walk around your office in San-Francisco, talk to your colleagues and employees, make sure everything is running smoothly or say a friendly hello and provide needed attention. Unlike video conferencing, there is no need to interrupt anyone’s workday to gather them for a meeting. You can stay connected and up-to-date while giving your employees and colleagues a better sense of presence and attention that can change their workday professionally and personally.
Offices today use stationary telepresence devices. These devices dictate the communication to a specific location (ie. meeting room or office) and require coordination to enjoy the technology. Temi’s interaction and navigation allow employees to consume video calls hands-free while on the move, anytime.
Temi at Singtel's "UnBoxed"
Singtel store in Singapore opened a unmanned store and Temi was there at the service.
Temi’s AI capabilities and human-robot interaction are simplified to bring elderly people the media and the information they need by the power of their voice. Carrying a cup of tea and operating a smartphone can be a complex task for the elderly. We can’t always physically be there for our parents, but a personal robot is the closest to being with them. Temi can come to them, carry their belongings, accompany them around the house, connect with a doctor by request, automatically call help in case they fall, and most importantly – enable them to easily spend time with their family. Temi is so intuitive that elderly can easily operate it.
The elderly are less likely to use a smartphone in a way that will significantly improve their lives other than voice calls. Media usage, information and other smartphone skills are used less by the elderly as they see them as complex tasks. Temi cannot solve loneliness but can bring loved ones closer.
Temi robot at Maplewood Senior Living
Connected Living and Temi announce a global partnership in response to the COVID-19 new world, in which the most at risk population – our seniors – need enhanced ways to interact with family, community and medical professionals all from a distance. Connected Living is now the U.S. partner and distributor of Temi powered by Connected Living, an interactive robot that’s been introduced to senior living and healthcare facilities.
“We want to protect and connect our senior population, their caregivers, staff and families. Temi allows us to safely check temperatures at the door, set up family and doctor social or health visits, and interact with unlimited engagement content,” said Sarah Hoit, CEO and Co-Founder of Connected Living, which serves hundreds of senior living communities nationwide. “We need to do everything we can to bring health and wellbeing to our clients and to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in senior communities, while creating significant opportunity for socialization and healthcare visits.”
Retail, wholesale and department stores can all benefit from Temi roaming around the store greeting customers and providing useful information. Temi can fulfill the role of a salesperson as it assists customers – offering new deals, guiding them to specific product’s locations, and assist with check-out. The store develops an app that is dedicated to the above.
Temi’s wide variety communication methods allow it to offer products to customers through speech, videos running on its display, music played by its speakers as well as guidance and physical interaction..
Temi Robot at Mall of America
At the Modern Retail Collective in the Mall of America, Temi is assisting in educating store guests on the brands and products within the store as well as helping to drive traffic.
Pepper Robot create easily an empathetic link with clients by their eye-catching appearances, moderate sizes and humanoid behaviors. Pepper will never be tired on repetitive tasks, enabling staff to focus on more added-value tasks.
The Costa Diadema has welcomed aboard Pepper, a humanoid robot programmed to interact with the ship’s guests.
“Our goal is to amaze people who choose to spend their holidays with us, and to go beyond their expectations and offer something unforgettable,” said Neil Palomba, president of Costa Cruises.
The robots also inform guests about the ship and its services, including restaurants and excursions. And, Pepper offers guidance about port calls on the ship’s Mediterranean itinerary.
Costa Cruises is bringing five of the latest generation of Pepper robots on board the flagship of the fleet, to entertain guests during their vacations.