This Singaporean Restaurant Serves Its Customers Using Drone Waiters
Feb 11, 2015 12:52
In a bid to get all high tech, and possibly hire less people, Timbre @ Substation, a live music restaurant and bar in Singapore is using drones to deliver drinks and dishes. They fly back and forth from the kitchen to a drop-off area where robots will deliver what you ordered.
Of course, this doesn't mean human waiters are out of a job just yet.
The role of the drones are aimed at allowing waiters more time to focus on customer service.
Plus, the drones can't smile back at you, you know.
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