Greatest hits from the voiceover:
"Using robotic technology to transform the production of pancakes"
"Then operators manually check the pancakes for consistency"
"The pancakes are then fed into the robotic enclosure"
"Integrated with the PickMaster software are four gigabit ethernet cameras mounted in front of each robot, and used to locate each pancake's position on the conveyor."
"Speaking about the Final Solution... Director of Honeytop Specialty Foods Limited said... despite some apprehension... the robots have enabled us to absorb a number of overheads, thanks to reduced labor costs and improved productivity."
I think I can read between the lines to understand how this robotic "Final Solution" can "absorb overheads" and "reduce labor costs".
But here's what I don't understand: there is a company who sell pre-made stacks of pancakes? That's something that is done? Who would want this? I am disgusted.