technology

touch screen monitor
Dartmouth College is going paperless with our menus and reporting, meaning no more heavy books. The college installed 10 touchscreen monitors in various locations
The app, which will soon be available at a high school, allows students to get notifications from their dining program and provide feedback to dining staff.
iris camera
How new cameras have changed one college’s service.
The new dining hall scanners will be faster and more sanitary than the current system, school officials say.
app mobile
Molodaw Residences' new table management software allows diners to request specific meal times via a mobile app and allows them to space out service...
to-go coffee
Troup County School System has a fixed kiosk that not only sells coffee, but also protein smoothies, grab-and-go reimbursable meals and other a la carte items.
The service will begin rolling out in dining halls this semester.
hand chip card
Between menu planning, budgets and the other myriad concerns FSDs face, it’s easy to overlook the simple ID and/or cash cards issued to diners.
tug hospital robot
Automation has opened up in recent years as foodservice operators across the country grapple with labor shortages. Robots now deliver food and make sushi.
briggo coffee haus kiosk
Here’s a look at how two operators added coffee service with relatively small footprints—with one decidedly futuristic, and the other low-tech but nimble.

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