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Electronics Production | September 09, 2008

Prism in agreement with CME

Prism Electronics has helped Cambridge Micro Engineering deliver an automated menu ordering system to a new London restaurant.
The delivery of the new system was possible due to a longstanding close link between the two companies. Inamo is an Oriental fusion restaurant and bar in Soho, central London, where control of the dining experience is placed in the hands of the diner. Prism Electronics manufactured the printed circuit boards (PCBs) for the interface between a wireless electronic POS device and touchpad. Each table in the 60-seat ground floor restaurant has its own projector housed in a differently designed cocoon. Prism manufactured the boards that enable the transfer of data from the tabletop menu to the POS system.

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