Miso Robotics – a Robotic Automation company that is revolutionizing the way restaurants operate, has announced that it is working with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to test the software of Flippy 2 and Flippy Lite using AWS RoboMaker. The switch to AWS RoboMaker appears to allow Miso to run up to fifty simulations at once, allowing the company to turn future prototypes into functional products much faster.
AWS streamlines the process by validating simulations to create a stable baseline for any new architecture or software updates. Furthermore, comparing the unit’s performance in a simulated role to the metrics from the field units allows Miso to track discrepancies and close the gap to ensure stability. When deploying Flippy 2 and Flippy Lite using these configurations, testing will take place in the cloud via simulation.
Miso Robotics CTO – Chris Kruger will present “How Miso Robotics Built an AI-Enabled Robot Fry Cook” on June 22 at Amazon re: MARS in Las Vegas. The breakout session will focus on the earlier resolved challenges and the methods used to transform Flippy 2 and Flippy Lite from prototypes to essential products in future kitchens. Similarly, F & P Robotics launched Barney Robot to make coffee and cocktails.
Amazon re: MARS, which will occur in Las Vegas from June 21-24, brings together thought leaders and technical experts, shaping the future of artificial intelligence and machine learning. Participants will learn how to use the same concepts and technologies to solve customer problems and implement change within their organizations.
Miso Robotics is one of the most successful crowdfund stories in history, with most of its funding coming from individual investors. The company has nearly 20,000 shareholders and has raised more than $50 million in crowdfunding. They are currently in their Series E round, which began with a market valuation of $500 million.