Video: OttOmate's Airport Event in Full
See fireside chats with Seattle Airport, Yo-Kai Express, Zippin, Ottonomy, Basil Street and Cafe X.
Show me a food robot startup, and I’ll show you a company that wants to be in airports.
Airports are the perfect location for food and beverage automation. They have lots of customers at all hours of the day and most often they want their food quickly.
But installing your robot in an airport isn’t as simple as setting one up in a mall or a college campus. There are layers of paperwork, security clearances and fees that all must be navigated. Plus, you have to determine where the best location for your business inside the airport. Should you be before security or after, by the gate or by the food court? Plus, are you prepared for late night rushes?
OttOmate put together this on-demand Airport Event to help those startups with sky high ambitions better understand what it takes to get into airports and what to think about before they start the process. At the same time, airport managers can learn from this event as well by hearing firsthand from some of the startups creating the next wave of food innovation that your passengers will want.
A very big thank you to all the speakers who participated this Airport Event:
Sam Cho, Commissioner, Seattle Airport
Amanda Tsung, COO of Yo-Kai Express (hot ramen vending machines)
Henry Hu, Co-Founder and CEO of Cafe X (robot barista)
Deglin Kenealy, Co-Founder and CEO of Basil Street (pizza vending machines)
Krishna Motukuri, Co-Founder and CEO of Zippin (cashierless checkout)
Ritukar Vijay, Co-Founder and CEO of Ottonomy (autonomous robot delivery)
April Cho, Co-Founder and CEO of Crave (mobile restaurant ordering)
Watch these chats and you’ll walk away with a better understanding of what airports want and how to succeed once you’re there. These videos are for paid OttOmate subscribers only, so if you aren’t already, become one to unlock all the videos. It’s just $5 a week (a bargain if it helps you land at an airport!).