Quantity 3, Issue 2, March 2013
ISSN: 2277 128X
International Diary of Advanced Research in Computer Research and Application Engineering Analysis Paper Available at: www.ijarcsse.com
Automated Food Ordering Program with Current Customer Feedback Shweta Shashikant Tanpure*
Department of CSE, L. S. G. M's W. S. I. O. Capital t. R(W), Pune, Pune University.
Priyanka R. Shidankar
Office of CSE, J. S i9000. P. M's B. S i9000. I. O. T. R(W), Pune, Pune University.
Madhura M. Joshi
Department of CSE, T. S. P. M's M. S. I. O. Capital t. R(W), Pune, Pune School.
Abstract - The Rampant growth of wireless technology and Mobile devices through this era can be creating a wonderful impact on our lives. Some early efforts have already been made to incorporate and make use of both of these technologies in growth of food industry. This research work aims to automate the meals ordering method in restaurant and also enhance the dining connection with customers. With this paper all of us discuss about the design & implementation of automated foodstuff ordering program with real-time customer feedback (AOS-RTF) for restaurants. This system, implements wireless info access to web servers. The android application on user's cellular will have every one of the menu specifics. The purchase details by customer's portable are wirelessly updated in central databases and subsequently sent to home and cashier respectively. The restaurant owner can take care of the menu modifications quickly. The wi-fi application about mobile devices give a means of ease, improving performance and accuracy and reliability for eating places by saving time, minimizing human mistakes and current customer feedback. This system successfully over comes the drawbacks in earlier PDA based food ordering system and is cheaper and more effective than the multi-touchable restaurant managing systems. Keywords
вЂ“ Cafe Automation; Wi-fi food buying system; Google android Mobile; Android os application; Wi-fi;
I. LAUNCH The growth in information and interaction technology (ITC) has significantly influenced the business transactions. The adoption of wireless technology & breakthrough of mobile phones has led to automation in the food industry. Organization in food industry including restaurants may be improved with all the combination of cellular and mobile phone technologies. The competition in restaurant business have increased while using advancements in food purchasing techniques . The sooner food ordering system was entirely a manual method which engaged waiters, pencil and paper. The waiter had to make a note of orders by customers, consider these purchases to home, update them in data and again make costs. Even though this method is simple it might involve individual errors in noting over the orders. To overcome these kinds of limitations in manual system some devices were created later just like PDA based systems and multi-touchable restaurant management devices to handle food buying process . PDAs (personal digital assistants) are very well known for their portability feature and ability to communicate with personal computers nonetheless they too have some limitations. PDA-based systems absence ubiquitous communication, are exposed to side effects, has decrease GPU (graphical processing unit) and equipment support because of which menu customization and real time communication cannot be performed, and boost the restaurant areas when needed in large quantity . The multi-touchable restaurant management devices also have constraints like: they usually require low resolution output of the keep an eye on, can produce service without touching the screen and the price to produce the special Infrared bezel for touch screens is very substantial . The CWOS-RTF  originated as one of the solutions for the PDA based system. It is just a wireless meals ordering system which manufactured the use of androids to place instructions. Taking an idea form this technique we have proposed our system AOS-RTF, which is specially designed for Android Devices. The rest of this conventional paper is structured as follows. Section II consists of...