Agot AI Raises $12 Million to Develop, Build Computer Vision Tech for Foodservice

Anna Wolfe
Senior Editor, Restaurants
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Agot AI has raised $12 million. The company has developed a computer vision product that can accurately confirm order accuracy in real-time and notify employees if an order needs correction. This technology has become increasingly useful with the growing trend toward online ordering and drive-thru. 

The recent funding round is enabling Agot AI to continue growing its team of engineers and expand the reach of pilot programs with some of the largest QSR brands. Additionally, Agot will be adding features to their offering, designed to improve the overall customer and employee experience in store, at the drive-thru and behind the counter. 

Agot uses computer vision technology to improve order accuracy and customer satisfaction. The technology supports employees by using computer vision technology in restaurant kitchens to help ensure that orders are being prepared correctly. The Agot technology can help restaurant teams be more efficient by ensuring orders are accurate, benefitting both employees and customers. 

To date, Agot AI has closed on $12 million in funding from Conti Ventures, the Kitchen Fund, Grit Ventures and Yum! Brands as investors. Yum! Brands has been partnering with Agot and will be piloting the technology in approximately 20 restaurants, with plans to expand to around 100 restaurants pending the success of the pilot.

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