Dragontail cameras to be rolled out in all Domino’s pizza stores

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by Kathy Skantzos

Dragontail Systems (ASX:DTS) has announced that Domino’s Pizza (ASX:DMP) will install its artificial intelligence (AI) QT camera system in all of its Australian stores from next year.

Domino’s, the largest pizza chain in Australia which operates globally in seven countries with 2,000 stores worldwide, has the contractual ability to roll out Dragontail’s system in markets outside Australia under the 12-month agreement.

The AI camera system gives customers visibility over their order in real time while monitoring the pizza’s progress and quality.

The camera is an electronic eye that photographs pizzas for quality control as they are being made, and can identify the pizza type, toppings, distribution of toppings, crust type and temperature, and reports back to the customer in a 3-second timeframe.

The technology provides customers with an image of their pizza from the bench, which will appear in real time on the Domino’s Pizza Tracker web page of the customer’s order, with quality assurance against the standard.

Shares in Dragontail Systems (ASX:DTS) last traded at 22.5 cents a share and was on a trading halt yesterday.

Kathy Skantzos

Finance News Network
Kathy presents the Market Outlook and ASX company news. She joined FNN in September 2017. She has been in print and online journalism for over 9 years. She also worked in corporate communications.