Apple Drone by Tevel Works Day and Night to Help Farmers Harvest Fruits from Trees
This drone was not made by Apple. It’s for apples, though.Tevel Aerobatics Technologies created a special drone for fruit farmers. The apple drone is a contraption that can pick up fruits and drop them off at a collection device or container. The flying tethered quadcopter is equipped with an outstretched arm attached that allows it to be a great help during harvesting season. Tevel’s drone is a way of automating fruit harvesting. The company came up with the idea of using multiple drones at the same time. The drones would be tethered to a central machine that provides unlimited power to each drone as they plucked apples from multiple locations on a farm. The apple drones have sensors and cameras that determine if a fruit is ready for picking and knowing where they should place them. Image credit: Tevel Aerobotics Technologies Ltd.#apple #fruits #harvesting #automation #machinery #technology #drone #TevelAerobaticsTechnologies
Robot Only Fast Food: This KFC Restaurant in Russia is Entirely Run by Robots
This is probably a glimpse of the future. Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) introduced their take on a fully automated staff in their restaurant in Moscow. The fast-food chain reduced the interactions between customers and staff as much as possible.Dmitry Ageev, a KFC representative, noted that the company had built the new outlet before the outbreak of coronavirus in Russia. It had experimented with ways to create a more hygienic way to order its menu items.As seen in the video by World News Network, a robotic hand places the order into a box after it is cooked. The customer, in turn, can open the box with a code given to them. When it comes to payment, the restaurant, following its automated concept, accepts bank cards or face biometric data after completing a registration process.Image credit: World News Network#KFC #Robot #Automation #FastFood
This Soft Robot Mimics Human Fingers and Can Pick Fragile Items (Like a Taco Shell)
When people think of "robotic grip," they usually think of metallic pincers that can lift big and heavy things with crushing strength. But what if the thing you want to move is something soft and delicate? Like taco shells, for example.Behold the configurable 'mGrip' gripping system by Soft Robotics Inc. The modular soft grippers can pick and pack fragile, variable or irregular items like baked goods and groceries. Unlike vacuum-based grippers, these soft grippers work like human hands and fingers. And, oh boy, is itfast!The video clips of the soft robots in action are mesmerizing to watch!Videos: Soft Robotics Inc/YouTube#robot #automation #softrobot #taco #pickandpack #assemblyline
Automated Cake Icing Equipment: Watch This CakeBot Decorate a Cake Real Fast!
People like cakes, but when aLOT of people like cakes, you better have a quick way of making the delicious dessert as decorating them by hand is just too slow.Enter automation. Check out this automated cake icing equipment by Unifiller Systems Inc. As the name implies, the automated bakery equipment is geared for high volume production of round cakes, sheet cakes, and cupcakes.As you can see in the video clip below, the CakeBot can perform cake piping at high speed (and with perfect results), spread toppers as well as draw and even write words in chocolate!It's mesmerizing to watch the CakeBot decorate all those cakes!
This Robot Can Cook Fried Rice in Less Than a Minute
Is this the future of food? It appears that human labor is not even necessary for cooking anymore: Watch this robot scrambles some eggs then make fried rice in less than a minute.The futuristic cafe named "Bowl & Bowl" (A missed opportunity - it should've been Bot & Bowl) opened its doors in Toa Payoh, Singapore. There, five robotic frying pans cook a variety of fried rice dishes - with toppings such as chicken, prawn, duck, beef, salmon and vegetarian - for ravenous customers.#robot #friedrice #food #automation
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