AI camera monitors kitchen processes that may lead to virus spread or contamination


Dragontail Systems has announced the addition of coronavirus th in the latest update of its restaurant order and delivery software.

This news comes as the company breaks into the US market for the first time with the opening of a New York office.

The brand, which works with the likes of Domino’s and Pizza Hut, has added a number of elements to its software.

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These include monitoring key elements of the preparation and packing process, such as quality of ingredients, accuracy of temperature, the use of gloves and masks, and how often surfaces are sanitized.

Speaking about the new QT AI Camera, used in conjunction with Dragontail’s Algo Dispatching Systems, CEO and director Ido Levanon commented: “Dragontail Systems’ technology will empower fast food services and restaurants of any size to address the growing concern of health and safety during the coronavirus pandemic.

“Our unique AI camera already helps hundreds of stores recognize even the smallest of errors often undetected by the human eye, for example pizza toppings above and below the cheese, or even the food’s temperature.

“Now we are upgrading our technology to monitor processes that may lead to virus spread or contamination.

“In doing so, we expect to develop more impactful insights that foster transparency and ensure quality standards set by the businesses and the end-customer.”

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