Reinventing Restaurants: Smart IoT for Ghost Kitchens The pandemic forced restaurants to shift to a take-away model, a trend that will likely remain. Third-party delivery apps make food delivery easy and have fueled the growth of ghost kitchens. Now restaurants have to ensure they can bring the dining-in experience to the customer at home.
Los Angeles Dodgers Shift to Analytics and Hit a Grand Slam After adding analytics and compute power into its lineup, the Los Angeles Dodgers took home baseball’s biggest prize. The team wants a repeat performance in 2021, and IT is perfecting its skills in real-time decision making, video analytics, and fan experience. Having advanced analytics powered by Cisco and Intel® technology helps the front office, operations, players, and fans experience all the highs of a winning season.
Smart Service Robots Lighten the Workload for Restaurants Robots are joining the wait staff at restaurants across Asia, and the COVID-19 pandemic is fueling interest in food service delivery robots in the US. They offer contactless interaction, promote social distancing, and can lighten the load of restaurants, many of which currently operate with a skeletal staff.
DaVinci Kitchen Robot Serves Up Meals in Minutes Automated kitchen powered by Intel® processors cooks fast, tasty, made-to-order pasta for contact-free dining. Could the processors, robotic arm, and cleaning station handle the prep work for future Thanksgiving meals?
The New Approach to Hospitality: A Hotel Run by Robots Having robots in charge of the reception and placing robots everywhere, the Henn-na Hotel aims to be the most efficient hotel in the world.
Mobile POS is the Newest Fast Food Habit The newest top dog at Habit Burger Grill is a fleet of connected smart tablets. The staff uses these full-function mobile ordering and payment tools to take orders anywhere, from food truck to dining table.
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