|||||The autonomous robot uses image and motion sensors to navigate obstacles|Botlr is used to deliver toiletries and the morning newspaper to guests’ rooms|A human concierge places ordered items in Botlr’s storage compartment|The robot can even navigate the lift by sending a wireless signal to open the doors||
02 Dec 2014

Meet Botlr, Aloft Hotels’ robot butler

Words by Jenny Brewer

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