One of my clients had written their own realtime monitoring system for their industrial process, it works great except for the fact that it is only usable on the one PC and this is often not ideally located for the users.
They needed a realtime distributed monitoring system.
getWaiter! is a service to provide better service to bar, restaurant and hotel customers while providing valuable performance information back to the venues management. A unique code is present on each of the service points (table, room etc) that the customers will scan and then presented with a series of buttons to call various actions, …
One of my clients wanted to offer a simple low cost inspection system to one of their end users. A traditional low cost inspection system would cost several thousands of pounds, they were aiming at several hundred, what about using a tablet Vision systems A typical vision system consists of several key components: A camera. Image processing software. …
Here are some of the things I have been involved with over the years…. Along time ago in some workshops not so far away….. Injection moulded parts The complete system One of the larger parts! The large part with all the scribbles on is one of the largest parts we made an inspection system for. …
Did you know that when you walk in to many high street stores and shopping centres (malls) there is a good chance you are being anonymously counted? I previously worked for one of the pioneers in footfall counting SPSL, now part of Ipsos.
I was recently asked to design a unit to replace a standard PLC that had reached the limitations of its capabilities. The PLC is part of a bespoke system for food package inspection that fits in to a production line.
Meet the new getWaiter mascot. We call him Mr G at the moment but he is looking for a better name, any ideas anyone? Look out for Mr G at a hotel or restaurant near you.
getWaiter! is a project we have been working on for the last few months for a company called GeniusIn based in Olney, Buckinghamshire in the UK. The concept behind it is to use technology to improve your bar, restaurant or hotel experience, an idea conceived by pair of entrepreneurs around ten years ago that has been waiting for the right time.
At last the getWaiter! website has finally gone live. It is now possible for Hotels, Restaurants and bars to sign up, start using getWaiter and offer an improved service to their customers. To have a look go to www.getwaiter.com
The final version of the getWaiter animations have been finished and uploaded to you tube, check them out here. http://youtu.be/8neAPyWo88o The consumer video http://youtu.be/g0JqzIueZ8E The merchant video