We imagine the world of flying robot waiters after its deployment at Timbre

    Infinium-serve from Infinium Robotics

    If you have not heard, flying robot waiters will be invading restaurant airspace in Singapore come 2015. Called Infinium-Serve, these autonomous flying robots will be test piloted in one of Timbre Group’s five outlets in Singapore.

    A project that is expected to cost a “low seven-figure sum” for the five Timbre outlets, these aerial drones aim to relieve the labour crunch faced by Singapore’s F&B industry, according to Infinium Robotics CEO Woon Junyang.

    Although we don’t know how that is going to work out for Timbre and the rest of the F&B industry, one thing is certain — having drones fly around the restaurant will be a sight to behold.

    See the robots in action:

    To get a sense of what our future restaurants will look like, we created some possible scenes of robot-operated eateries.

    pizza-stall-robots
    Unmanned pizza counter
    hawker-centre-robots
    5-star dining; No more self-service and long queues at hawker centres.
    singapore-flyer-robots
    Singapore Flyer can now take orders “on the move”

     

     

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