New Technology Dramatically Reduces Transmission of Airborne Viruses in Restaurants While Also Increasing Profitability | – Restaurant Technology News

New Technology Dramatically Reduces Transmission of Airborne Viruses in Restaurants While Also Increasing Profitability | – Restaurant Technology News


Technology solution provider Creating Revolutions has invented a multi-patented technology, called Service Request, that dramatically helps create a balance of safety and profitability.


9.15.2020

Restaurants have been devastated by COVID-19. As they try to recover, new social distancing rules requiring reduced capacity translate to dramatically lower revenues.

Balancing safety and profitability has become the number one issue for restaurants and retail locations.

To aid these businesses, Miami-based startup Creating Revolutions has invented a multi-patented technology, called called Service Request, that dramatically helps create a balance of safety and profitability.

Safety

When it comes to safety, Service Request technology focuses on the science of multiple fluid dynamics studies. These studies have proven that the most powerful source of airflow acceleration (and therefore virus spread) is not by talking or from air conditioning. It is the age-old concept of WAKE. WAKE is the track left by a moving body (such as a ship or person) in a fluid (such as water or air), as defined by Webster’s dictionary.

To help visualize the concept, an analysis was done comparing two restaurant scenarios. The first scenario had a waiter serving 10 tables in a restaurant, exactly as they always do. The second scenario had the waiter serve the exact same tables, but using Service Request technology. The results showed that the chances of airborne virus transmission in
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