Sanya seafood stalls to use iPads for customers to order dishes
The wireless self-service ordering system will be installed into the iPad on which consumers will be able to flip through the touch screen to view the introductions, prices, and pictures of each dishes. (file photo)
Consumers will enjoy a fast, easy and novel way to order dishes at seafood stalls in Sanya. iPads will take over the place of traditional handwritten menus starting June this year.
Sanya will set up an information monitoring system to regulate the city’s seafood stalls market. The system is set to include a price electronic publication screen, a dish-ordering system and a government supervision platform.
The wireless self-service ordering system will be installed into the iPad on which consumers will be able to flip through the touch screen to view the introductions, prices, and pictures of each dish.
All the dishes chosen will be put into a “shopping basket” and then automatically delivered to the kitchen after touching “place orders”.
Each order will be saved and under the supervision of the Sanya government. If the sale price is higher than the highest price approved by the government, the cashier computer will give an automatic alarm and cannot print corresponding invoices.
Considering the excessive costs, the Sanya government suggests that seafood stalls with over 15-tables scale should use the new technology, and will offer certain subsidies to them.
SOURCE: WOS Team
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