Category: Product Design
Title: COMERO Canteen Robot
Name: Andreas Kissling
Medium, Object: Robot
University: HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd
Supervisors: Prof. Dr. Susanne Schade, Prof. Gerhard Reichert
There are a number of problems associated with eating in large canteens: The disposal of substantial amounts of food is only one of them. The automated system "COMERO" solves this
Problem of transport, keeping warm and serving meals, taking into account individual customer requirements. In addition, a distribution outside the regular opening hours
a need that will become even more pronounced in the future due to the dynamization of working hours and processes. The project includes the development of a novel
service concept, as well as the design of a transport robot, a serving counter and a cash register system.
"Comero Canteen Robot" is an innovative usage and dispensing concept for large canteens. An innovation for customers and operators alike. The concept has succeeded in eliminating weak points
to uncover the issue of food and the waste of food and to offer new approaches to solving this problem. A functionally and technically sophisticated transport robot, an intelligent counter
with user-friendly touch points and intuitive user interface allow for convenient operation. The cash register system is characterized by an intelligent service concept, because it offers today's
and also supports future requirements for healthy nutrition under ecological and economic aspects as well as cashless payment.