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Moley Robotics is a robotics company headquartered in London, United Kingdom. It was founded by Mark Oleynik in 2015 to create service robots for kitchen use. It is best known for creating the first robot kitchen called The Moley Robotic Kitchen.
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Moley Robotics

Moley Robotics

Moley Robotics
Private
Industry Robotics
Founded 2015
Founder Mark Oleynik
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Products Service robots
Website moley.com

Moley Robotics is a robotics company headquartered in London, United Kingdom. It was founded by Mark Oleynik in 2015 to create service robots for kitchen use.[1][2] It is best known for creating the first robot kitchen called The Moley Robotic Kitchen.[3][4][5]

History

Mark Oleynik, a computer scientist, founded the Moley Robotics in 2014 as a way to have good food at home without the skills to make it.[6] In 2015, Moley Robotics partnered started working on a robotic kitchen.[7] Subsequently, the company introduced its Robotic Kitchen. It made its debut at the Hannover Messe industrial robotics trade fair in Hannover, Germany in April 2015.[8]

The Robotic Kitchen has been distinguished in several international science and engineering events. In May 2015, the Robotic Kitchen won the "Best of the Best" CES Shanghai award in China.[9] In January 2016, the prototype was finalist at the first edition of the UAE AI & Robotics Award in the international category, health sector.[10] The consumer version of the Robotic Kitchen is slated to launch in 2018.[11]

Robotic Kitchen

The current prototype of the Moley Robotic Kitchen includes two robotic arms with hands equipped with tactile sensors, an oven, an electric stove, a dishwasher and a touchscreen unit.[12][13] These artificial hands can pick up and interact with most kitchen equipment, such as blenders, whisks, knives and the hob.[14]

It captures, with an integrated 3D camera and wired glove, the entire work of a human chef and upload it into a database.[15] The chef's actions are translated into digital movements using gesture recognition algorithms created in collaboration with Stanford University and Carnegie Mellon University professors.[16] Later, The Robotic Kitchen reproduces the whole sequence of actions to cook an identical meal from scratch.[17][18]

In the current prototype, the user operates the installation via a built-in touchscreen or smartphone application with cooking ingredients prepared in advance and put in preset locations.[19] Moley Robotic's objective in the future is to enable the user to select from a library of over 2,000 recorded recipes.[20][21]

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