SATURN system and MARS app
The Meal service future


The Meal service future, a system that integrates the required food technology by smartphones and a food belt system, with the aim to reduce queues and providing efficient and accurate service. the technology used is not science fiction, but real and can be used by the big companies involved. The advantage o Saturn and Mars Systems are: -The annoying queues at the counter meals are not created -The operators immediately knows the required menù thanks to the counter on the display and immediately understand how many menù put on the belt -The system minimize the interaction between the operator and the customer, in order to avoid delays and misunderstandings -The Saturn system is modular, the greather the demand, the greather numbre of islands -The customer minimizes stress and there is more time for food and relaxation -Saturn can be installed in every existing structure without any environmental or plant modifications -Saturn is more: is a emotional system, with 360 projector, for a customize visual experience!

Which target group is your concept for?

All users of the canteen, from those who use the service every day to those who use the canteen system occasionally

How does digitization & connectivity create a unique eating experience?

The smartphone becomes an interactive menu and communicates with the meal station, creating the most satisfying and quick meal experience ever.

What other amazing features does your concept offer?

Choice of menus before the meal, service speed, elimination queue, convenience for operators and customers, choosing the menu according to biorhythm and customer requirements by app that communicate with the system. Less food waste due to the required menu that allows operators to have an estimate of the amount of food required

What is the core idea behind your campus food experience?

Automation and operational simplicity, eliminating the stress of getting the food and make the queue. Connection between the phone and the food station technology.

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