Plainsight Co-Founder and CEO Shares with Modern Restaurant Magazine How Vision AI Is Revolutionizing The QSR Drive-Thru

In a recent article in Modern Restaurant Magazine, Plainsight Co-Founder and CEO Carlos Anchia discusses the transformational shift that has occurred within the restaurant industry, specifically, the Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) drive-thru experience.

Anchia discusses how the restaurant industry is seeing massive increases in consumer demand for drive-thru, curbside, and delivery services while they strive to maintain high-quality customer experience. Growing lines, order inaccuracies, and staffing shortages are creating greater challenges. Restaurants must leverage data sources and AI technology to create solutions that ensure they capitalize on the opportunities.

“This is where the rubber meets the road for vision AI.

QSRs already maintain exterior video cameras and can easily convert this infrastructure into data streams for computer vision. Vision AI models can uncover previously unseen operational efficiencies and deliver high-quality – accurate insights to inform decisions.”

–  Carlos Anchia, Co-Founder and CEO at Plainsight

Anchia shares how Plainsight’s end-to-end vision AI platform is designed to negate these challenges offering enterprise users and developers a centralized platform to store, annotate, train, deploy and operationalize computer vision solutions.

Drive-Thru at a Quick Service Restaurant without computer vision vs. with Plainsight

Learn more about how Plainsight is helping the Quick Service Restaurant industry and applicable use cases.

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