000 | EyeFood | description
001 | EyeFood | task
002 | EyeFood | solution
How to make an order
002 | EyeFood | solution | how to make an order | choice of dishes
choice of dishes
The visitor chooses any dishes from the menu and puts them on a tray
002 | EyeFood | solution | how to make an order | recognition
The visitor puts the tray under the camera that scans what is on the tray.
002 | EyeFood | solution | how to make an order | Order confirmation
The terminal’s screen shows the list of dishes identified by the neural network, and the user makes sure everything is correct.
002 | EyeFood | solution | how to make an order | payment
The order can be paid by credit card or biometric data.
003 | EyeFood | outcomes
- The system recognizes dishes on a tray within 1-2 seconds
- The average time between the first and the last stages is 20-30 seconds – compare it to an average cashier that needs around 50 seconds to serve a customer. Due to a big number of people who come to this place, such a difference in speed of order processing is critical and fundamentally important.
Increasing the speed of order processing has a positive effect on the average check indicator – the faster visitors receive their orders, the more guests can be served and the more often they return to this canteen.