According to foreign media techcrunch, in the uncertainty of covid-19 epidemic, the robot industry is ushering in an important moment. Although the industry has been an exciting investment target in recent years, labor problems and concerns about contagion have led many industries to take a good, long-term view of automation. Preparing meals is a primary goal. It’s an essential service, and it’s also a service to discover that human hands are in direct contact with food. Da Vinci kitchen, based in Leipzig, Germany, is looking to solve problems surrounding food preparation by launching a modular robot pavilion that can cook Italian themed pasta. < / P > < p > in 2018, the German incubator 2B ahead ventures formed this team to solve the problem of labor shortage around the food preparation industry. < / P > < p > & quot; the catering industry is huge, & quot; CTO Ibrahim elfaraawy told techcrunch in a phone call before the start-up joined disrupt battlefield. “Everyone has to eat. We see that our customers are trying to find qualified personnel. The work is getting harder and harder, and unfortunately, the pay hasn’t increased. Many restaurant owners are looking for solutions to improve their ability and quality. Robots can work all day long. This is an opportunity we see and many of our customers are excited about it. ” < / P > < p > the first robots will focus on spaghetti, a relatively easy to make dish with universal appeal. According to elfaramowy, the machine can make pasta, cook and serve in about six minutes. It can prepare two dishes at the same time and wash the dishes in about 20-30 seconds. < / P > < p > the system is modular, so the machine may be equipped to prepare other foods, including salads, or to prepare different pasta themes, such as changing Italian styles to Asian dishes. < / P > < p > so far, the small company has raised about $780000 in seed round financing, provided by 2B ahead and apetito, the Rhine based frozen food company, which was one of the first Da Vinci customers. The start-up is still in a round of financing with a target of $1.7 million. Its first vending machines are expected to be delivered by the end of 2020 or early 2021, depending on the impact of covid-19 on the company’s supply chain. The first batch will include 10 machines. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen