Inside America’s first fully automated McDonald’s where robots have taken over – and it looks so sad

MCDONALD’S has moved into the future with a fully automated store with no human staff.

The sci-fi store has a large conveyor belt that delivers groceries and robots that assemble burgers, but some customers aren’t impressed.

A new update has been released at a McDonald's location in Texas

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A new update has been released at a McDonald’s location in TexasPhoto credit: Instagram
One of the features of the new location is a conveyor belt

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One of the features of the new location is a conveyor beltPhoto credit: Instagram
Munster also tried a new burger on the menu

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Munster also tried a new burger on the menuPhoto credit: Instagram

An Instagrammer named Munster, who posts under the handle @foodie_munster, shared the update in a recent video.

A McDonald’s location in Fort Worth, Texas, has introduced a new takeaway and drive-through concept.

Although not yet widely used, the site offers certain features to improve the customer experience.

You can now order food through the app, pull into a curbside pickup lane, and drive through the drive-thru lane.

You can also go to an order aisle and be served by a conveyor belt, Munster said.

“If you pull up, they’ll ask for your code and your food will come in no time,” he said.

“I have to say it worked pretty well.”

Munster said the interior of the McDonald’s location is unlike any other.

There’s a kiosk where you can place orders and the interior is largely designed to allow customers to quickly in and out, Munster said.

He ordered a burger from the Daily Double fast food chain, which he had never seen before.

Munster said it was “pretty good”.

He also ordered some classic McNuggets.

Fans had very mixed feelings about the new layout.

“It’s cool but I don’t think I’m a fan… I rely on the indoor playgrounds haha. Also, we already have too much automated stuff and I feel like we don’t need more stuff where you need it. I don’t interact with real people,” one person commented.

“I was wondering how this new concept would work. They don’t even want to see people’s faces,” another interjected.

“That’s cool! Didn’t know that was a thing,” said another.

“That’s kind of cool. No one to judge my order,” commented another.

https://www.thesun.ie/tech/news-tech/9945532/mcdonalds-major-new-store-update-conveyor-belt/ Inside America’s first fully automated McDonald’s where robots have taken over – and it looks so sad

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