HyperActive Bob's burgers are hotter and juicier. And his fries, fish, and chicken tenders too. Bob helps employees and managers make food on-time, and the team never seems to waste food either. When customers come to a quick service restaurant (QSR), they want to meet Bob because they get their food faster and fresher. But they can't meet him — he's not a human. He's an intelligent robotic system that detects automobiles and people, determines what food and how much to create, and directs all kitchen staff to cook the proper food.
HyperActive Bob takes the technological evolution of the QSR industry to the next level, utilizing point-of-sale (POS) data, employee feedback, and robotic vision to optimize food production. He learns from what goes on from day-to-day, week-to-week, and most importantly, second-to-second. He senses operations in real-time and delivers clear instructions to all crew members simultaneously. Bob is constantly on the job, always learning, always adapting.
Using off-the-shelf PC components, HyperActive Bob reduces costs and increases revenues, and he's smart about it. HyperActive Bob “grows roots” in local QSRs, drawing all of his decision-making power from assessment of local data and patterns. The uncanny accuracy of HyperActive Bob’s real-time production scheduling leads to rapid return-on-investment for QSRs, in less than a year.