The tour company is trying to get a better understanding of how to get wine into the stadium.
In the past, they would wait in line for a glass of wine, and sometimes would not be allowed to use the restroom.
Now they have a plan.
They have begun using a robot to deliver bottles.
They are taking more photographs of the area to help determine how the seats are constructed, so they can be able to adjust the seats to accommodate larger and larger bottles.
The tour operator has also hired a tour guide, a member of the tour team, to help take care of the visitors.
“We are trying to understand how they do this.
Is it a machine?
Is it someone who can stand there and make sure they don’t fall?
Is there a way to fix this?
Is the tour person doing it in the wrong way?” said Andy O’Neill, president and CEO of Pinecrest Gardens, which operates the PNC park.
The company says the robots will begin taking orders on Sunday, and will be available on the tour buses as soon as Monday.
Pinecrolls, which is based in the Netherlands, is one of many companies vying for the $2 billion contract.
A tour guide at PNC is the only human element of the experience, said Jeff Davis, the tour manager for PNC, which will begin using the robots on Sunday.
Pinecrest has about a dozen tour guides who are trained to be guides in the field.
They will help guide visitors through the stadium’s structure, including the restrooms.
The tours will be limited to 50 people.
The robot will not be able move around the park like a tour group, Davis said.
He said the tours will use a system of cameras, which would allow them to see how the seating is constructed.
The tour group is about 60 people, Davis added.
Davis said the company is hoping to have the robots ready by Thanksgiving.
He is optimistic that the robots can get the tour group into the park as soon a week from now.
It is also hoped that the robot can be used for the tour.
Davis said that a tour person will not need to be present when they come to the park.
In the past when the park was new, the robots could not make it to the stadium until they were fully assembled, Davis told a crowd in the tour hall at PPL Park on Monday.
As soon as the tour guides were able to get inside the stadium, the team would go into a room, get the robot and put it into place, Davis explained.
The robots can make it into the seats and get it into position.
Davis said he hoped the robots would not interfere with the game, but he was concerned that they might not be as reliable as other robots.
When the tour is finished, the robot will leave and go into the parking lot, Davis pointed out.
He added that the tour was not meant to be a tour, but an experience, with the goal of giving visitors a sense of where they can find the best wine.
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