Following the recent trials in some White Castles stores, Miso Robotics today announced a new version of its hamburger cooking robot arm, Flippy. The new version of the robot is simply named Flippy
2. It aims to further automate simple cooking tasks for fast food restaurants.As Miso pointed out in a press release, the main feedback from employees on the original version was that Flippy needed too much human assistance in completing its main cooking tasks.
This includes the initial processing of uncooked food and the steps of putting the cooked food into the incubator. Basically, Flippy replaces the need to constantly monitor and adjust food during cooking, but there is no need for preliminary or subsequent work. Too much assistance.
Like all technologies, Flippy 2 has been greatly developed on the basis of its predecessor, and the insights gathered from the White Castle Burger have also helped a lot. According to Miso, Flippy 2 iskitchenIt occupies a smaller space and doubles the output through its newly designed basket filling, emptying and returning functions. Since the birth of Flippy, the goal has always been to provide a customizable solution that can work in harmony with any person and thing in the kitchen without interfering with each other.
The more compact version of the robot can increase the output by nearly one-third compared to its predecessor, and the manual operation required is also greatly reduced.