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How to map Lucki bot

Welcome to OrionStar Europe's Robot Academy on how to map the Lucki bot for restaurant service with OrionStar OS. As a restaurant owner or manager, you may be looking for ways to improve the efficiency and accuracy of your service operations. One solution is the Lucki bot, a powerful service robot that can navigate around your restaurant and perform tasks such as promoting the dish of the day, delivering food and drinks, and more.


In this blog, we will provide a comprehensive guide on how to create a map for Lucki bot and customize its behaviour to meet the specific needs of your restaurant. We will cover the steps involved in setting up the Lucki bot and using it to improve the efficiency of your service operations. By following this guide, you will be well on your way to harnessing the full potential of the Lucki bot.


Scanning the environment

To create a map, open the “Mapp Tools” app in applications on the Lucki bot. Click on "Create Map" and follow the instructions. You will need to give the map a name and then walk through your restaurant with the Lucki bot to scan the environment. This will help the bot to understand the layout of your restaurant.



Creating tables and points of interest

Once the scanning is complete, save the map. Then, you can edit the map to add tables and other points of interest. To do this, click on "Edit Map" and then "Edit Spots." Walk the Lucki bot to the table or point you want to map, and place the bot as you would like it to serve that table. Add the point and give it a name, such as "Table 11." Repeat this process for all the tables and points of interest in your restaurant, such as the bar and kitchen.


Edit map

After you have added all the points of interest to your map, you can make further refinements. For example, you can create "No-Go Lines" to specify areas that the Lucki bot should not cross, such as objects, or delete any "noise" that the bot may have accidentally scanned (such as people walking through the restaurant). This can be erased by the “erase noise” tool.


Create routes

When everything is done, you will have a beautiful map with tables and no-go lines. Now, you will be creating routes. To create the route, connect the points of interest with lines to create routes for the Lucki bot to follow. You can edit the properties of these lines, such as the width and whether they are one-way or two-way routes, to fine-tune the bot's movements. Per line, you are also able to edit the speed. This means when there is a bump in a route, you can set it up so that the robot will go slower on that part of the restaurant.


Creating a customised map for the Lucki bot in your restaurant can greatly improve the efficiency of your service operations. The steps to design a map that maximises the effectiveness of the Lucki bot and helps to streamline your operations are:

  • Assessing your restaurant layout

  • Planning the route for the Lucki bot

  • Marking out the route on the map

  • Testing the route and implementing the map.

These steps will help you to optimize the bot's performance, and ensure that the bot is able to navigate through the restaurant efficiently and accurately, resulting in a better experience for your customers and increased efficiency for your business.


ZoraBots

Did you know, we have a partnership with ZoraBots? ZoraBots, created a ZBOS platform. ZBOS is a secure and flexible software developed by ZoraBots, adaptable to any smart device and with various applications and control features for easy interaction. It also has an education and support platform to make it easy to learn and use. The mapping of our Lucki with the ZBOS software is similar to the mapping of OrionStar OS. However, ZBOS gives more flexibility and other solutions for different cases. Curious about how to map with ZBOS? Click on the video below



Contact us for more information and ask for a demo, to try our smart service robots out!


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