Miso Robot has introduced its new robot model called Philippi 2; its first model was launched at several Castle Hamburger stores in Chicago, which was very successful.
This robot can also address the acute shortage of support staff. Due to the global epidemic of code 19 in the United States and Europe, there is a severe staff shortage. Interestingly, a few robots can run the entire fries and burger shop together thanks to artificial intelligence.
The first model of the burger robot was built in 2017, and the second modern model has now been developed. This robot works in hot oil, tight spaces, and other difficulties working on computer vision and artificial intelligence. But it requires one or two human guides to make the whole shop easier.
The robot system also has an auto-bin option where chopped onions, meat carcasses, and other items can be placed and picked up. In addition, a robotic arm can quickly pick up vegetables and cheese without mixing things.
The Philip II robot can handle 60 baskets in an hour and save up to 50% of the time.
It requires very little space to do its job; the robot can carefully pick up kebabs and turn them upside down. According to Miso, his invention has a worldwide market of 0 280 billion.