"This coffee business looks like something straight out of a science-fiction movie and it serves up hot or cold coffee. Staff and visitors at Memorial Hospital can now get their cup of Joe from the coffee robot. The Bruu Bros. debuted the one-armed java-serving robot Friday."
"Their Coffee Robot was one of the big hits at this month’s International Deli Dairy Bakery Association Expo in Anaheim, where trade show attendees were lining up before the Coffee Robot even went on duty."
"The automated coffee grinder-brewer-barista is the brainchild of two college sophomores from Bakersfield. Avya Shukla and Sanat Sharma, buddies since their days at Stockdale High School, aren’t waiting for advanced business degrees to strike out with entrepreneurial ambition. They’re taking a swing at success right here and now."
"This robotic coffee shop on wheels is the brainchild of college friends Avya Shukla and Sanat Sharma, who realized there weren’t enough coffee shops on campus. Their coffee robot, as they call it, can go almost anywhere, including grocery stores, according to the duo."
At first glance, Bruu Bros appears to be offering yet another automated coffee stand powered by a six-axis arm. But after OttOmate chatted with founders Avya Shukla and Sanat Sharma, it was clear there was more to the story than first meets the eye. For starters, Avya and Sanat are both college freshmen, who snuck away from their dorm rooms for a few days to premiere their concept at IDDBA. The two founders also pride themselves on the brew their robot makes, as the accredited coffee-roasters traveled the world to select the perfect beans for their machines.
"They can pinpoint areas where robotic automation can add the most value by completing a complete investigation, such as simplifying repetitive activities, boosting productivity, and guaranteeing constant quality.