Visions of the future have always been synonymous with robots. From Back to the Future to Wall-E, the restaurants of tomorrow have never failed to feature a robotic presence. New innovations in technology mean that this future is closer than ever to being realized.
UKTN about us: “One of the Coolest Robotics Startups Shaping the Future of UK Tech in 2021”
The majority view for the robotics industry is that its impact will be positive, large, and widely spread across sectors, with uneven rates of uptake. Today, we take a look at some of the most revolutionary robot tech startups shaping the future of robotics engineering in the UK.
Robotic kitchen for restaurants. KTCHN Rebel about us: “The Future Is Now: How Robots Will Change Kitchens”
Moley Robotic kitchen is currently for high-end residential usage. Meanwhile, the founder and CEO of Moley Robotics, Mark Oleynik, ever the visionary and future gazer, is planning its next phase and deployment into commercial kitchens.
TEMPUS about us: “Moley Robotics Is Taking the Culinary Arts Into the Space Age.”
Mechanical hands hover over the refined preparation station, whipping up a gourmet-style pasta dish. Perfect al dente spaghetti bubbles away on the stove while the dexterous limbs whisk a home-made sauce with expert precision. Watching Moley Robotic kitchen in action...
Last week for Moley Robotics was spinning around exhibiting the robotic kitchen at CES — the inspiring global stage for innovation. For decades, CES has marked the start of a new year, setting the tone for the industry with inspirational and compelling insights.
Forbes about us: Inside The Robotic Kitchen Of The Future That Serves Up Thousands Of Dishes
During the pandemic, we have been locked up tight at home, feeling a drag from the redundancy of trying to make meals day in and day out. If only there was a robot that could prepare our favorite meals piping hot with fresh ingredients to offer us endless variety.
Financial Times about us: "Meet the world’s first robo-cook."
“I normally stand back from writing about tech until I’ve got my hands on it and tried it out, but this automated kitchen, from a British robotics company backed with public funding from Innovate UK, is so exciting that I can’t hold back until it’s available later this year.
Moley Kitchen — the world’s first robotic kitchen — was presented in December at Gitex and demonstrated complete serviceability, cooking various dishes in front of visitors from more than 60 countries.
The Telegraph about us: “Kitchen robot will slave over a hot stove”
The robot has two robotic arms with fully articulated hands that allow it to pick out ingredients from a fridge, change the temperature on the hob, turn on taps to fill pans and plate up the meal. The robot is also connected to the fridge that can track ingredient quantities and alert you when items
From Proof of Concept to a Product — a Step or a Steep?
Getting ready to present the Moley robotics kitchen to the public eye, we look back at our incredible five-year journey. It took us from the first vision concentrated on robotic hands to an elaborate robotic kitchen integrated with smart intercommunicating systems....
From our look at odd kitchen devices, comes, perhaps, the wildest and most worrisome gadget we saw all year—the Moley Kitchen Robot. A pair of robotic arms that descend from the ceiling, the Moley Kitchen Robot...
MOLEY ROBOTICS: TRANSFORMING THE INDUSTRY WITH THE WORLD’S FIRST ROBOTIC KITCHEN
Moley Robotics founded in 2014 by London-based computer scientist, robotics and healthcare innovator Dr. Mark Oleynik, has created the world’s first fully-automated robotic kitchen unit. The unit learns recipes, cooks them and clears up kitchen modules after cooking.