Miso Robotics Debuts Robotic Kitchen Assistant

Anna Wolfe
Senior Editor, Restaurants
The Miso Robot on a Rail (ROAR) will be available commercially by the end of the year.

By the end of the year, Miso Robotics will introduce its newest product, the Miso Robot on a Rail (ROAR) – the next generation of zero-footprint, cost-efficient robotic kitchen assistant solutions for evolving commercial kitchens.

Taking into account market feedback from top Quick Service Restaurants (QSRs), Miso Robotics engineers moved Flippy, the robotic kitchen assistant, to an upside-down rail. This newest generation of Flippy is intended to be installed under a standard kitchen hood and allows Flippy to move along a line of kitchen equipment, tucked away out of the path of busy cooks.

Miso Robotics anticipates ROAR will be commercially available by the end of 2020. The updates will ultimately allow Miso Robotics to create a zero-footprint product, lowering the cost of automated kitchen equipment and offering true end-to-end automated cooking services. Today, Miso Robotics is presenting an intermediate model with a floor-mounted rail. 

The team continues to make breakthroughs in the artificial intelligence software that powers Flippy, resulting in more foods that Flippy can fry including chicken wings, onion rings, popcorn shrimp, sweet potato waffle fries, corn dogs and more.

Miso Robotics is also launching a new crowdfunding round on its investment page on SeedInvest.


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