As if the Ministry of Health had not warned, we still periodically go to bars. You must admit that it is very offensive and unpleasant when you wait for your order, and the one who has just arrived is already sipping a glass of his drink. To avoid such situations, the first smart bar appeared in London. We will tell you how it works and what it can do.
The British company DataSparQ has developed a technology that helps public institution employees create a virtual queue without using coupons, which we are used to in the electronic queue of banks or MFCs.
The bottom line is to scan the faces of people who went to the bar, and line them up in order of priority. To do this, special cameras are hanging in the hall, and next to the bar counter there is a screen with an electronic list of clients. So visitors themselves will be able to track when their turn comes, and will roughly understand how much they will have to wait. The staff of the institution receives this information on the tablets with which it works, and knows in what order to serve guests.
The technology has already been applied in one of the bars in London, and staff praised its effectiveness. Thanks to the application of the described technology, customers stopped complaining that they did not receive timely service. Consequently, imperceptibly for themselves, they increased their level of satisfaction from visiting the institution.