Food Automation Technology

Food Automation technology and systems are the new norm and continue to grow into 2020. When it comes to food production and manufacturing, automation is an excellent way to increase production and save on labor costs for years to come. There are many options when it comes to food automation for long term industry success. From the production of the item to serving customers with a finished product.

Types of Food and Beverage Service Automation include production automation, material handling, packaging, and delivery automation.

Read More – BP Food Processing Machines and Gallery Robotics in restaurants and the food and beverage industry have revolutionized how we prepare, distribute, and serve food. This is especially considered when it comes to fast food and other on the go meals. A new alternative even provides healthy and gourmet foods that can now be served with the click of a button.

Here are a few restaurants using Food and Beverage Automation:

Creator

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This hamburger shop located in San Francisco has a robotic machine that handles the entire making of your burger. Starting with the grinding of the beef, to the frying patties, toasting buns, dispensing condiments, and assembling the burger. At Creator your order is still taken from personnel and they will hand you your mouth-watering burger.

Chowbotics

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Chowbotics keeps fresh ingredients in a refrigerator and prepares meals such as salads, grain bowls, snacks, and other bowl-styled meals on-demand. This vending machine robot called “Sally” turns a profit after only 9 bowls. It has canisters that are filled with each ingredient and the computer system allows owners of the bot to check the freshness and stock of each product. This is a popular option for health care facilities and hospitals allowing fresh meals that can be served 24/7.

Kiwibot

Not only can we use robots for food production and handling, but companies such as KiwibotKiwibot also use robotics for delivering food. Three types of robots are used; one to take orders, a semi-autonomous tricycle in which orders are sorted one Kiwibot to deliver the orders. It can carry around four to five orders at once and the company claims an average delivery time of 27 minutes. Kiwibot mainly services University Campuses such as Berkely and UCLA. According to Mckinsey Mckinsey 80% of parcels will be delivered by autonomous vehicles in the next decade.

For further information about food automation and production automation technology in Edmonton, AB contact BP Automation.contact BP Automation. We design, build and manufacture automation solutions for clients across North America.

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Material Handling Project Feature – Fire Hose Packaging

At BP Automation, automating redundancy and processes in your business is our specialty. We work with a with a wide range of industries to increase industrial efficiency. Lets take a look at one of our project features. Here is a material handling project that we completed where we developed a machine to perform the packaging of fire hoses.

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