4 Unique Uses of Technology in the Eastern Hemisphere

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Information for this post was pulled from “4 TECH HACKS SPOTTED IN ASIA-PACIFIC” written by Aaron Jourden, which can be accessed directly by clicking here.

We’ve posted about quite a bit of technology and restaurants over the last two week and have found some more uses of technology on the other side the world. If you’re brainstorming on how to incorporate technology in with your restaurants then you’re in the right place. Some uses are more unique than others, but nonetheless below are 4 uses of technology in the eastern hemisphere.

  1. Hungry Jack’s
    1. Want to have your breakfast made for you without saying a word? Well check out Hungry Jack’s RFID-based device that sticks to car visors, memorizing orders to be relayed at HJ drive-thru’s. Once the order is processed through the system, the driver of the vehicle is alerted form the very same device. This sounds absolutely amazing, but for right now it is only being tested. We’ll have to see if this is going to be implemented on a global scale.
  2. Domino’s
    1. Flirtey and Domino’s have teamed up to transfer food via drones. Last month they made the first ever pizza deliver via drone. Just like Hungry Jack’s, Domino’s is testing this idea and is hoping to expand into multiple countries at some point in the future. Imagine getting Pizza flown to you!
  3. Chilli Padi Nonya Cafe
    1. Chilli is searching for ways to cut labor costs by hiring…..robots? They are currently trying out robots that buss tables, collecting and cleaning dishes. These robots are helpful and are bringing in more traffic as people are interested to see what these robots can do.
  4. Nissan
    1. Select restaurants have been given chairs for guests to sit down in while waiting to be seated. Interesting part about these chairs, is that they are self-driving. We don’t know how useful this will be as most restaurants provide some form of seating area for waiting guests. This product is in its preliminary stages, so we’ll have to see how successful it can become.
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