In the future, your personal favorite restaurants may not only be available for you to eat, but also to fill up with drinks and desserts.
As of today, there are a whopping 2,000 such machines in restaurants across the world, and some of them will be automated by 2030.
Custom-filler machines can deliver up to 1,500 custom meals per hour, and the machines can be equipped with a variety of options.
The idea is that diners will be able to customize their meals to their liking and they can also order the drinks and/or desserts based on their preferences.
The machine will allow diners to choose from a wide variety of beverages and snacks, including those created using food grade ingredients.
The company says it will allow customers to choose among six types of drinks, from bottled water to tequila, from fruit juice to coffee and from juice to tea.
It will also allow customers a choice of flavors, such as apple, lemon, peach and cherry, to customize each of their drinks.
Customers will also be able order drinks based on whether or not the machine is on standby.
If the machine’s on standby, it will deliver a “special drink” to a customer’s seat, which will include a unique recipe that the customer will have to recreate.
Customer service will also take care of serving orders and taking care of the machines upkeep.
Customs regulations in the U.S. will also apply to these machines.
However, if the machines are installed in the United States, the U-Pass will be automatically granted, meaning that dinas may be able purchase a drink with a U-pass and have it delivered to the restaurant.
In the future we will have the option to order a drink by U-Card or U-Passes, and in a few years there will be a lot of convenience and flexibility in the ordering process,” said Nader Ghai, CEO of Zeyd Tech.