Opened in June 2018, this robot-powered burger restaurant can make up to 130 burgers an hour. Using an array of sensors and computerised kitchen equipment, this San Francisco burger joint allows it’s staff to serve and greet customers whilst food preparation is completely automated. It also allows them to use the freshest ingredients whilst cutting down on waste through precise measurements. Total preparation time is five minutes.
Unlike Creator, Spyce’s food preparation robot makes more complex meals. Founded by MIT graduates, Spyce’s robots cook your food in 3 minutes or less. It’s philosophy is founded on making fresh and healthy dishes for just $7.50. The founders took their inspiration from their experiences when they were hungry student athletes on tight budgets. Robots of Spyce not just cook the food, they also prepare it and even clean up after.
After its few years of storming success, food delivery service Deliveroo is looking to not just deliver food from restaurants to consumers but now to cook and deliver its own food. It is looking to create its own food offerings that will be personalised for customers as well as halving the cost for consumers. Deliveroo has been collating its own rich stock of data, understanding peoples eating behaviours such as how, what and when people order food such as frequency, timing, location and food types.