The off-premise business continues to rise in the world of restaurants. To serve the new needs of customers, technology is vital.
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The Pazzi Robots e Gusto pizzeria in Val d'Europe uses articulated arms to robotize all the kitchen tasks that take place on the premises.
A report from the digital training platform The Valley exposes four disruptive technological lines that will change the restaurants of tomorrow.
Kitchen robots proliferate in pizzerias. The latest model is the xPizza One, a successful automaton soon available on the market.
Kellogg’s and Chowbotics join forces to launch a robotic vending machine capable of serving up to seven kinds of cereal.
Dishcraft, a Silicon Valley tech company, show restaurant professionals what their future robotic dishwasher will look like.
During the coronavirus crisis, the demand for delivery robots multiplies by three in California (OF. UU.). Find out the details here.
Coolgreens' new virtual store offers ingredient kits, healthy menus and even a subscription service for your customers.
After five years, Nuro will put into operation a fleet of R2 robotic autonomous vehicles for the distribution of food and other items.
Box’d is a new Toronto restaurant. The place is a success thanks to a robotic box office that has allowed the staff to be redistributed.
AI in restaurants is used in all kinds of applications in restaurants, from sales prediction to control of complex robots.
KFC implements contactless lockers in 4 Japanese stores after testing other contactless technologies in Russia and Singapore.
Dishcraft Robotics launches a dishwasher robot that can save money on time and material. The company also offers its robots as an external service.
Waitress robots start to appear more frequently in restaurants in Europe. Here are several recently installed examples.
KFC opens a store in Moscow where only the manager works. All tasks are automated by robots. Find out more in this article.
Image Recognition Robots Will Help Overcome Coronavirus Crisis. These are some of its applications in restaurants.
Sally is Chowbotics' new robot-based vending machine. It is having great success as the coronavirus crisis hits.
New York restaurants cope with the coronavirus crisis using all kinds of techniques. Here are the five most important.