Robotic fast food restaurant opens 7 burgers in one minute

Robotic fast food restaurant opens 7 burgers in one minute

AsiaIndustrial NetNews: Robots that can cut, grill, assemble and pack 400 burgers in under an hour will soon appear in restaurants.

Momentum Machines first introduced the “Automated Grill Master” in 2012, a Robot that does the work of three burger chefs.

Now the robotics company has secured $18m (£14m) in venture capital, renewing fears that the robots could soon replace workers in fast food restaurants.

Fully automated robots from Momentum Machines can assemble and pack a fresh burger without any assistance. At the press conference, Momentum Machines said triumphantly: “Our Robot can do all the processes of making hamburgers in a restaurant, and it can do all the things that human employees can do, and do it better.”

Customers can customize the meat in their hamburgers to their own standards, such as requesting more pork and less beef in a hamburger. The Robot can also quickly slice toppings such as tomatoes and pickles as the burger buns are just out of the oven and ready to serve, so that everything is as fresh as possible. It even packs a hamburger and puts it in a bag for you to take away.

Momentum Machines says their robots are not only more efficient than humans at making hamburgers, but also more hygienic. Since there is no need for a chef to make the burgers, the labor cost savings can be used to buy better raw materials to make delicious burgers.

Robotic fast food restaurant opens 7 burgers in one minute

(Momentum Machines’ robot consists of an oven, a press, a slicer and a bagger)

Also, because the machine will only occupy 24 square feet of space, there is more room for spacious seating, giving customers a better overall dining experience.

With minimum wages rising in parts of the U.S., hiring a robotic worker could be attractive to chief executives. Ed Rensi, the former US CEO of McDonald’s, has said that it would be cheaper to hire robots to replace company employees than to pay company employees higher wages.

Rensi told Fox Business last year: “Buy a $35,000 (£27,400)mechanicalArm is cheaper than hiring staff, who are relatively inefficient and can only make $15 (£12) french fries an hour, adding that demands for higher wages “would lead to widespread unemployment across the country, although you I don’t want to believe it.”

Robotic fast food restaurant opens 7 burgers in one minute

(They are going to open their first robot restaurant)

After the company posted a job ad on Craigslist last year that it planned to open its own restaurant at 680 Folsom Street in San Francisco, Calif., there was a lot of discussion about what exactly the robot restaurant would look like, despite the restaurant’s All food is made by robots, but the ad says they also need to hire autonomous, self-taught workers for other tasks, such as cleaning up trash. “We are a team that will open and operate Momentum Machines’ first restaurant,” reads the Craigslist job posting.

News of the robot-operated burger restaurant spread after Momentum Machines posted a job ad on Craigslist, stating, “This restaurant will be the result of our proprietary technology and extraordinary new technological advancements. For the first time, we can automatically make delicious burgers at reasonable prices that everyone can afford. The restaurant is open at 680 Folsom Street, and we will sell freshly baked burgers, served with toasted cream cake, and also There is an unlimited supply of a wide variety of fresh produce, sauces and sauces.

However, the word “robot” does not appear in the job advertisement posted on Craigslist.

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Published on 09/09/2022