Miso Robotics Launches CookRight Coffee to Optimize Urn-Based Coffee Service
The platform monitors key coffee metrics such as volume, temperature and time data.
Miso Robotics today introduced its new CookRight Coffee product line, which monitors key metrics like volume and temperature of urn-based coffee service. This not only alerts staff when coffee is getting old, it advises when to start brewing a fresh batch to anticipate customers demand.
Panera is the first restaurant chain to evaluate and test the new CookRight Coffee platform. Greater availability begins early next year.
The addition of coffee expands the Miso’s CookRight platform, which began as a hardware-lite way to guide the cooking of meats.
Who among us hasn’t pumped the lever of a tall coffee urn, only to be dispensed old, or even worse — tepid coffee.
Miso Robotics’ new CookRight Coffee product uses a combination of sensors and artificial intelligence (AI) to eliminate this problem, ensuring better coffee quality and more optimized staff usage.
It’s a high-tech solution for a lo-fi mechanism, and considering the number restaurants, convenience stores, hotels, conference centers and airport lounges that serve coffee in urns — it could be a huge opportunity for Miso.