ORLANDO Fla. —The development of information technology-enhanced kitchen equipment, or so-called “smart” devices, is being slowed by operator uncertainty about what they want from the marriage, manufacturing executives said. Participating in the FS/TEC 2009 panel, “View from the Top: Equipment Manufacturers Look Toward the Future,” were Rick Caron, chief technology officer of Manitowoc Foodservice; John McDonough, president of ITW Food ...

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