Fast Food Robot Cook

The manufacturer of a robotic burger cook claims that it can save a fast food restaurant $135,000 a year in wages and overhead by replacing the human workers who cook the burgers, prepare them and wrap them. They also claim it will pay for itself in less than a year.

And the business incubator that helped get this company started has more on the way.

MOMENTUM MACHINES – [momentummachines.com]

OUR ALPHA MACHINE REPLACES ALL OF THE HAMBURGER LINE COOKS IN A RESTAURANT.IT DOES EVERYTHING EMPLOYEES CAN DO EXCEPT BETTER:
IT SLICES TOPPINGS LIKE TOMATOES AND PICKLES ONLY IMMEDIATELY BEFORE IT PLACES THE SLICE ONTO YOUR BURGER, GIVING YOU THE FRESHEST BURGER POSSIBLE.
IT’S MORE CONSISTENT, MORE SANITARY, AND CAN PRODUCE ~360 HAMBURGERS PER HOUR.

Hamburgers, Coffee, Guitars, and Cars: A Report from Lemnos Labs – [xconomy.com]

In addition to restaurant automation, the Lemnos companies are exploring areas like street-legal electric shuttles for corporate campuses (Local Motion), a new generation of electric guitars that take advantage of the smartphone revolution (Unplugged Instruments), and helping baristas brew the perfect cup of coffee (Blossom Coffee).

SEE ALSO:
Human Robot Synergy
Technology Continues to Make Jobs Obsolete

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