Filling in the gaps
Sudheer Sajja, the Founder of Pringle Robotics, recognized a pressing need for innovative solutions to address the worker shortage issue. Listening to feedback and observing the challenges faced by waitstaff, Sajja identified a gap in service that inspired the creation of Pringle Robotics.
“We really thought maybe where we could add additional help to the waiters and waitresses was to actually build out a robot that actually would do the food runner job, essentially allowing for food to be sent from the kitchen directly to the tables.” articulates Sajja to host Shawn Walchef of Cali BBQ Media
Using technology to adapt
The journey of Pringle Robotics extends beyond the confines of the restaurant space, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sajja and his team adapted to the crisis by leveraging their technological expertise to contribute to sanitization efforts across various industries, including hospitals, airports, and schools. The result was the creation of a productor utilizing UV sanitation and a disinfectant dry mist method, offering a comprehensive solution for hospitals, airports, schools, and beyond.
Sajja explains, “We need to get this fear out of people when certain crises come in. So look at it from addressing the problem instead of running away from it.”
Educating Users about Pringle Robotics
Pringle Robotics is committed to not just providing groundbreaking solutions but also to educating those interested in their services. Through this educational approach, Sudheer Sajja envisions not only promoting robotics but also fostering a deeper understanding of the transformative potential these technologies hold for the future.
“The universities that we have are actually doing all the research, but the actual implementation of it, adoption of it is very slow, though. The universities are doing a good job of having these programs and people are writing white papers and things like that. But you cannot stop with white papers. You got to put white papers to work.”