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Taking into account feedback from its first robotic kitchen assistant Flippy, Miso Robotics recently revealed a new prototype, Robot on a Rail (ROAR). This robot is turning Flippy into an upside-down rail that is intended to be installed under a standard kitchen hood, allowing it to move along a line of kitchen equipment, tucked away out of the path of busy cooks. ROAR is expected to begin shipping commercially by the end of 2020 for approximately $30,000 (half the cost of Flippy).
“Not only will it be more affordable, but ROAR will also be able to work multiple stations at once, creating additional labor and real estate savings with the new design,” says CTO Ryan Sinnet.
Since announcing the new robotic kitchen assistant, the company has already received notable press from Forbes, TechCrunch, Venture Beat, and more.
Miso Robotics was founded with a mission to leverage AI technology to help chefs cook food perfectly and consistently and enable restaurants to increase labor productivity, reduce costs, and drive profitability while improving the overall dining experience.
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