Closed for technical reasons.
A technological-information centre including a wine bar with robotically operated service.
The robotic hand Kuka Robotics can pour wine to your wishes. All refreshments, including hot food, are brought to your table by our galactic trolleys. The whole system can be easily controlled via a phone app.
Meet a robot in person. When you visit our centre, you will find out what is new in the world of technology, automation and robotics.
Robot as speachless sommelier
You will place all your order via tablet. A robotic hand will pour your wine. A special distribution system will deliver your order.
and private events
We welcome company events and birthday parties. The space capacity extends to 41 seating people. For more information write to us via the contact form.
Discover the novelties
in the world of robotics
We keep track of the latest developments in the world of technology, and on the first floor this news is video projected so that you can follow it no matter whether you are outdoors or indoors.
Cyborg thanks to a chip
Everyone can become part of a cyborg thanks to a built-in chip. The British scientist Kevin Warwick (1954) is testing the influences of such chips on himself. The research began in 1998 when Warwick implemented in his hand an RFID transmitter through which he controlled part of his home and other computer-driven systems. In other researches, Warwick went straight to the nervous system and was able to control for example a robotic hand that was in a completely different place from where he was. His research progressed when he connected his wife to the system and thanks to an implemented device in her hand, he achieved a certain telepathy transmitted via the internet. Warwick has now returned to his natural human self, and after an examination of the potential negative effects, no damage was found.
A system mapping the area contaminated by radiation
A system that which can detect radioactive material on the ground has been tested by specialists at the Brno Technical University in cooperation with the Army and Fire Brigade. The work began in the air. The drone STEROS first mapped the ground and created a detailed 3D map. This map it later used during a second flight at a maximum height of 15 m to copy the ground and identify the areas contaminated by radiation. The next step was to send an independent ground robot whose output was a map exact by the centimetre of the affected area. Since during the operation the autonomous robots were able to communicate with each other, the rescuers carried out other necessary activities at the scene of the disaster. Because now such an operation can last several hours, scientists are working on speeding it up. A similar system should be available on the market in about 5 years. (source VUT)
A modern design
mustn’t be missing
Every detail of Cyberdog’s interior has been carefully designed. We have worked together with leading brands. Philippe Starck designed the Masters chairs for Kartell as a tribute to the three icons of contemporary design. Their shapes reveal the intertwined silhouettes of Arne Jacobsen’s Series 7 chairs, Ero Saarinen’s Tulip armchairs and Charles Eamese’s Eiffel chairs. Kartell has created a completely new icon, which is confirmed not only by its unrelenting popularity in private and public interiors, but also by a number of design awards, such as the Good Design Award (2010) and the Red Dot Award (2013).
We want to show where society is heading - towards AI.
Cyberdog is a project by the famous artist and sculptor David Černý based on the progressive ideas of the 21st century. It took more than one year to come up with the original vision and then realize the Cyberdog Centre. Together with David Černý, three other members of the team of architects at the Black n’ Arch studio (part of the Trigema Group) worked on this project. The Centre will open in the autumn of 2018. Cyberdog, the nearby Trifot sculpture and the entire renovation of the pedestrian zone were financed by the investor – the Trigema Group.
Stories about the realization of the project
Opening hours during Christmas
On 24 December - 26 December 2019 Cyberdog will be closed.
On December 31, 2019, Cyberdog will be closed.
On 1 January 2020 Cyberdog will be closed.
Become a part
of our unique project!
Cyberdog is unique and so is the work. You can expect variety, and personal development.
We are looking for someone who is not afraid of work. You can be experienced in gastronomy or in IT, but common sense is what you really need! Your job will be to ensure the running of the whole business, whether it is dealing with technical issues, assisting visitors and sometimes helping the robots.
Don’t be afraid and send us your CV and other information at firstname.lastname@example.org
The position is suitable for students and graduates.
Robotic wine bar
and information centre
Where you can find us
158 00 Praha 5 – Stodůlky