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Team 1 – Jon Schwarz, Carlo Mesina , Mike Wei & Bill Bergquist. The Inebriation Station. About O ur Project. Automated beer dispenser to remove the need for bartenders (and lines!) Users pre-pay and are allowed to get drinks until their money runs out.

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Team 1 jon schwarz carlo mesina mike wei bill bergquist

Team 1 – Jon Schwarz, Carlo Mesina,

Mike Wei & Bill Bergquist

The Inebriation Station


About o ur project

About Our Project

  • Automated beer dispenser to remove the need for bartenders (and lines!)

  • Users pre-pay and are allowed to get drinks until their money runs out.

  • The user is identified by an RFID in his cup, and he chooses a beer and amount.

  • The dispenser communicates with a database to ensure sufficient funds and charges the user.

  • The dispenser fills the cup to the specified level.


Project specific success criteria

Project Specific Success Criteria

  • The ability to use an RFID to identify a user.

  • The ability to receive user input about beverage selection & drink size.

  • The ability to fill a cup to a user-specified amount.

  • The ability to display user information (name, account funds, drinks purchased) and device statistics (fill level, temperature).

  • The ability to communicate with a database to retrieve and manipulate user data.


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