In Episode 22 of The Robot Report Podcast, we learn about Invest Ottawa’s and Canada’s initiatives around drones, robots, and autonomous vehicles at Area X.O, as well as Miso Robotics’ expansion with White Castle, not to mention Halloween scares.
White Castle has ordered up 10 additional deployments of Flippy Robot-on-a-Rail from Miso Robotics after a promising initial test. The companies said the frying robot will improve customer and team member experiences.
Miso Robotics said its Flippy Robot on a Rail or ROAR has a zero-footprint design and advanced cooking capabilities, including being able to fry the Impossible Burger.
On Episode 7 of The Robot Report Podcast, we talk to Hello Robot after it exited stealth with Stretch and Miso Robotics, which partnered with White Castle.
Miso Robotics, whose Flippy Robot-on-a-Rail is designed to improve productivity and cleanliness in fast-food restaurants, will be working with the White Castle hamburger chain on testing.
Piestro, which is running a crowdfunding campaign to raise up to $2 million, is developing an automated pizzeria that it claims will be mobile and economical.
Miso Robotics, creator of the Flippy burger-flipping robot, has partnered with PathSpot Technologies to bundle PathSpot’s hand-scanning technology to improve food and worker safety.
Miso Robotics, whose Flippy robot can fry product in fast-food restaurants, officially opened its equity crowdfunding campaign.
Miso Robotics’ Flippy is just part of Cali Group’s plan for introducing coronavirus avoidance technologies including robotics, facial recognition, and thermal sensing at CaliBurger restaurants.
PASADENA, Calif. – Miso Robotics, which develops food automation robots for quick-service restaurants, today announced a new prototype that puts “Flippy” on a rail to perform extended capabilities for commercial kitchens. Based on feedback from early Miso customers, the new Robot on a Rail (ROAR) concept puts the Flippy robot arm on an upside-down rail.…
Miso Robotics is launching an equity crowdfunding campaign as it expands deployments of its Flippy burger-flipping robot.
Attendees and speakers at a food robotics event in San Francisco discussed the biggest challenges facing developers and users of robots and AI for cooking, delivery, and tracking.
Hot off a $10 million Series B funding round, Miso Robotics’s burger-flipping robot, Flippy, had its official first day of work today at a Caliburger fast food restaurant in Pasadena, Calif. Flippy uses 3D, thermal and camera vision to perceive what’s on a grill. A digital system sends orders back to the robot. The robot…
A new burger-flipping robot from Miso Robotics, named Flippy, is set to replace grill masters in 50 locations of California burger joint CaliBurger within two years, the company announced this week. “We focus on using AI and automation to solve the high pain points in restaurants and food prep,” Miso Robotics CEO and co-founder David…