Publish dateWednesday 5 October 2022 - 10:14
Story Code : 259383
Robots are making French fries faster
Thanks to a company in Southern California, Fast-food French fries and onion rings are going high-tech.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA)_Monitoring, Miso Robotics Inc in Pasadena has started rolling out its Flippy 2 robot, which automates the process of deep frying potatoes, onions and other foods.
According to Reuters a big robotic arm like those in auto plants – directed by cameras and artificial intelligence – takes frozen French fries and other foods out of a freezer, dips them into hot oil, then deposits the ready-to-serve product into a tray.
Flippy 2 can cook several meals with different recipes simultaneously, reducing the need for catering staff and, says Miso, speed up order delivery at drive-through windows.
“When an order comes in through the restaurant system, it automatically spits out the instructions to Flippy,” Miso Chief Executive Mike Bell said in an interview.
” … It does it faster or more accurately, more reliably and happier than most humans do it,” Bell added.
Miso said it took five years to develop Flippy and recently made it commercially available, Reuters reported.
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