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Fetch and Jett can take guests amenities including shaving and dental kits as well as food and drinks from Market Cafe. (Source: MGM Resorts) Fetch and Jett can take guests amenities including shaving and dental kits as well as food and drinks from Market Cafe. (Source: MGM Resorts)
The robots exterior resembles the coats of different canine breeds, a hat-tip to the property's dog-friendly policy. (Source: MGM Resorts) The robots exterior resembles the coats of different canine breeds, a hat-tip to the property's dog-friendly policy. (Source: MGM Resorts)
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LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -

Your next experience at a Las Vegas Strip resort could include a robot, or two.

The Vdara Hotel and Spa welcomed the newest additions to its team, two Relay robots called Fetch and Jett.

The pair will be responsible for delivering snacks, sundries, and spa products to guests at the property.

Fetch and Jett are fully autonomous indoor robots. If you’re wondering how the robots will manage the crowds at the resort, don’t, their technology will help them navigate people and objects while prioritizing multiple requests and even operate the elevators autonomously.

Here’s how Fetch and Jett work:

  • After receiving a request, a hotel employee will load items into the robot’s compartment before inputting the guest’s room number and hitting the “go” button.
  • A secure, tamper-proof lid prevents items from being removed until the robot reaches its destination.
  • Upon arrival, the robot will call the room and once the door opens the lid will automatically unlock for guests to remove their items.
  • The robots will ask for feedback before heading back to a docking station.

The deliveries typically take less than five minutes.

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