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  1. #101

    Our robot Eva learns to make coffee

    Published on Nov 8, 2017

    Eva learns to use our coffee machine. Watch Choreograph, our software platform, get Eva up and running in a minutes.

    PS. The coffee was good
    Eva, lightweight robotic arm, Automata Technologies Limited, London, United Kingdom

  2. #102

    P-Rob mixing drinks at Man's World Exhibition

    Published on Mar 14, 2018

    We introduced P-Rob to some new bartender skills.
    P-Rob, robot arms, F&P Robotics AG, Glattbrugg, Zurich, Switzerland

  3. #103

    Connected restaurants

    Published on Mar 14, 2018

    Bob Wolpert, Corporate Senior Vice President and President, Logistics for Golden State Foods, discusses how Golden State Foods and IBM Watson IoT are creating smarter restaurants.

  4. #104

    A robot that shoots energy drink at you when you get tired

    Published on Apr 21, 2018

  5. #105

    Lego Breakfast Machine - MOC

    Published on May 3, 2018

    My father cooks breakfast every Saturday and Sunday- it is 104 times a year! He deserved this present.

    This is probably the most challenging project so far. There are two main parts: Egg Cracker and Breakfast picker.

    Technical elements:
    10 Lego PF Motors
    1 BuWizz brick
    2 Sbrick Plus
    1 Lego IR Reciever

  6. #106

    Automatic hamburger machine - 50 years ahead of its time!

    Published on Jan 16, 2014

    Fifty years ago, the engineers of AMF's Central Research Labs in Stamford, CT invented automated foodservice. This entertaining film (circa 1964) describes a pilot operation for the then-burgeoning fast-food industry.

    Watch as hamburgers, hotdogs, chicken, seafood, french-fries, onion rings, shakes, and soft drinks are ordered, prepared, and packaged automatically by AMF's revolutionary AMFare System.

    All the food was delicious, especially the flame-broiled hamburgers, double-hamburgers and cheeseburgers. The entire menu was cooked-to-order and served in minutes - at the desired temperature for each item.

    AMF's Orbis system (shown here) pioneered the concept of electronic ordering, price tabulation, and inventory management in foodservice. Today that is the standard worldwide. However, AMF's Orbis system went further; it electronically controlled the machinery that prepared, cooked, and packaged the food items. AMF's automated beverage dispensers (also shown here) are today common at the "drive-through windows" of many fast-food operations.

  7. #107

    Published on Jun 26, 2018

    This Hema supermarket offers a highly automated, Jetson-like food experience.

  8. #108

    Military scientists create coffee algorithm for optimized caffeine intake

    Published on Jul 2, 2018

    Whats the best way to consume caffeine? Kim Horcher and Jenna Busch talk about a new algorithm that provides a guide for using caffeine in the best way possible. Let us know how much coffee you drink in a day in the comments below!

    “I've had four coffees today: one right after breakfast, followed by chasers whenever I felt I was flagging (but probably just wanted a distraction). It looks like I've been doing this all wrong.”

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  10. #110

    Clinc launches AI voice system for drive-through restaurants

    Published on Aug 30, 2018

    Clinc is expanding its focus from fintech into new verticals that could take advantage of the company's conversational artificial intelligence platform. The Ann Arbor-based company recently took the wraps off its new system that aims to provide quick service restaurants like McDonalds and Taco Bell with a voice assistant in the drive through window.

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