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A machine that makes coffee to order
Briggo has created a fully automated, robotic brewing machine that can produce 100 cups of coffee in an hour ? equaling the output of three to four baristas. Using a blend of Latin American beans, the machine ? known as a ?coffee haus? ? creates cups of gourmet coffee that can be ordered via an app, giving you control over ingredients. www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2019/03/22/baristas-beware-robot-that-makes-gourmet-cups-coffee-has-arrived/
2nd June 2019 by IdeaSpies 0 Comments
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More sustainable packaging
Biora plans to revolutionise packaging of FMCG (fast-moving consumer goods) companies. They are using?a breakthrough natural polymer coating, designed to replace potentially harmful chemical-based coatings, like BPA (Biosphenol A). The team is currently developing BPA-free cans for use in the food and beverage industry. Biora has been supported by the ON Accelerate program at CSIRO. http://www.oninnovation.com.au/en/ON-teams/ON-Tribe/Accelerate1/Biora
26th May 2019 by rishadk 0 Comments
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A new pest detection system for prawn farmers
Genics is a prawn pathogen technology. It diagnoses 13 commercially relevant pathogens of prawns (plus known genetic variants) in one assessment, drastically reducing testing costs, turnaround times and increasing the use of pathogen diagnostics in everyday management decisions in prawn farming. The technology is unique in its ability to detect multiple pathogens simultaneously in a highly specific, sensitive and semi-quantitative manner that is equivalent to and in many cases superior to current single pathogen detection systems used globally. Genics has been supported by the ON Accelerate program at CSIRO. http://www.oninnovation.com.au/en/ON-teams/ON-Tribe/ON-Accelerate4-Teams/Genics
26th May 2019 by rishadk 2 Comments
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Gluten-free beer
One in five people in the western world are avoiding gluten for health reasons. Unfortunately, that can sometimes mean their diets become inferior in nutrition and taste. Kebari is providing the food and beverage industry with palatable and healthy gluten-free products to produce healthy and tasty options for people who are coeliac or gluten intolerant. The first commercially-produced product made with Kebari? barley, a world-first grain, is gluten-free beer. Kebari has been supported by the ON Accelerate program at CSIRO. http://www.oninnovation.com.au/en/ON-teams/ON-Tribe/Accelerate1/Kebari
20th May 2019 by IdeaSpies 0 Comments
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A New Whiskey Experience Using 3D Printing Tech
Bulleit Frontier Works developed a new whiskey experience using 3D printing tech at Tribeca Film Festival. For this particular project, Bulleit partnered with Machine Histories which 3D printed the bar structure and Print A Drink which supplied the robotic drink-printing arm. The purpose of this project is to encourage people to explore and experiment with liquids and to create new experiences in the drinks industry. https://cheddar.com/media/diageo-bulleit-whiskey-3d-printing-tribeca
9th May 2019 by rosalind-nath... 0 Comments
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High-tech Menu that Offers Personalized Customer Experiences
Dynamic Yield just introduced a smart electronic menu that will be used at McDonald?s drive-thru. This system will tempt you to buy extra products based on the customer data, the restaurant queue length, and even current weather conditions. https://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/mcdonalds-uses-ai-to-tempt-you-into-extra-purchases-at-the-drive-thru/
3rd May 2019 by rosalind-nath... 1 Comments
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