Will the first autonomous fast food restaurant replace human work?
Advantages of robots in gastronomy
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In recent years, labor costs in the catering industry have been increasing dynamically. In Poland, the minimum hourly wage for restaurant employees is currently PLN 30, and in California in 2024 it will increase to $20, or approximately PLN 84. This is a huge burden on the catering business, which significantly reduces its profitability. To solve this problem, three American companies Miso Robotics, PopID and Cali Group, collaborated and created the world's first fully autonomous fast food restaurant. CaliExpress by Flippy employs only robots that prepare and serve ordered meals to customers. The first autonomous fast food restaurant is a business opportunity!
Replacing workers with robots has many advantages. It not only allows you to reduce operating costs, but also ensures faster production of dishes and a higher level of hygiene. This solution also eliminates the need for further training of catering employees. CaliExpress by Flippy uses the most advanced systems in food technology. Both grilling and frying stations are fully automated, powered by proprietary, cutting-edge artificial intelligence and robotics. After logging in to their PopID accounts, customers will be able to watch their food being prepared at the ordering kiosks. Each customer will also receive personalized recommendations regarding orders. The originators also thought about the possibility of efficiently paying for the meal.
Replacing living workers with robots reduces operating costs, ensures faster production of dishes, and also achieves a higher level of hygiene. Miso Robotics plays a key role in the new project as it has created the world's first AI-controlled french frying robot. PopID is responsible for implementing solutions that simplify placing orders and making payments, and Cali Group is responsible for adapting the premises to the new technology.
CaliExpress by Flippy is just the beginning. In the coming years, we can expect that more and more restaurants will use robots to serve customers.