Self-ordering system of restaurants for considering allergy information

Abstract

In recent years, many restaurants have adopted Self-ordering systems. Conventional Self-ordering systems place tablet-type devices on tables for customers, even though such systems impose high installation costs without supporting personalized menus. They also fail to reduce food allergy incidents at restaurants. Since existing paper menus or Self-ordering… (More)

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@article{Fujita2014SelforderingSO, title={Self-ordering system of restaurants for considering allergy information}, author={Takuma Fujita and Hideki Shimada and Kenya Sato}, journal={2014 IEEE 11th Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC)}, year={2014}, pages={179-184} }