Picnic is a Seattle-based "innovator of food production technology and Robotics-as-a-Service (RaaS) solutions" that has teamed with live event … Picnic, previously known as Otto Robotics and Vivid Robotics, is among a bevy of startups and larger industry giants trying to find ways to automate restaurant kitchens amid slim margins and labor shortages. Learn more about underwritten and sponsored content on GeekWire. Specific location details for Picnic’s robot and where to enjoy its pizza will be revealed at hellopicnic.com, prior to the start of CES 2020. Vulcan Capital, Flying Fish Partners, Creative Ventures, Arnold Venture Group, and others put more money behind Picnic, known for its automated food preparation device that can churn out up to 300 12-inch customized pizzas per hour. On opening morning of the massive Consumer Electronics Show, I was able to do just that, chowing down on a surprisingly delicious slice made by Picnic, the automated pizza assembly device. Village Plaza: 607-796-2677; 2898 Westinghouse Rd Horseheads NY 14845; Big Flats: 607-562-7000; 84 Canal St #1 . DaVinci Kitchen will soon debut an automated robot pasta kiosk. The pizza-spinning robot is even faster when it comes to 12-inch pizzas: It can roll out 300 an hour -- one every 12 seconds. A robot that bakes the well-loved meal was a big hit at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas earlier this month, wowing onlookers as it prepared 300 pies an hour. Have a scoop that you'd like GeekWire to cover? Centerplate will use and showcase Picnic’s robot, with capabilities of producing up to 300 12-inch customized pizzas an hour, on the CES show floor. There is a vision system that reads the size and shape of dough — which is formed by human hands — and can make adjustments if the pie is slightly off-center. Picnic's pizza robot system streamlines the tedious process of pouring sauce, spreading cheese, and arranging toppings on pizzas. 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This is where robots can come in handy and the folks at Picnic are showing what the future of pizza-making could look like. Like the first generation Picnic robot, the system is focused on toppings and doesn’t include a pizza oven. Many U.S. and international food service providers are recognizing that Picnic’s platform offers unique capabilities to address common business-thwarting challenges and pain points. Picnic’s Pizza Robot is a modular system that can make 300 x 12″ pizzas every hour. With pizza, an empty crust (frozen or handmade) is loaded into the machine where computer vision determines what size it is. Since the robot is modular, the number of ingredients can easily be customized by adding or taking out dispensers in the lineup. @PicnicNews' pizza-making robot arrived at #ces and will start making pizzas for hungry attendees tomorrow. The compact, freestanding system integrates Picnic’s issued U.S. patent and other U.S. and international patent-pending modular, configurable equipment, with its software, cloud and deep learning technology. It’s safe to work around and only minimal training is required. (AP Photo/John Locher) Earlier in October, Picnic introduced its the pizza-making robot that can make up to 300 12-inch pies in an hour. Picnic is doing what it can to make its robotic pizza platform accessible, even to small businesses like Zaucer. The company’s internet-connected device itself looks rather unassuming but packs a ton of technology inside. Call Us. Picnic’s business model is essentially pizza-as-a-service. It is capable of producing up to 300 pizzas with a diameter of 30.5 cm per hour. At the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Seattle startup Picnic introduced its pizza-making robot that’s intended to automate restaurant kitchens that … Big Flats, NY 14814. The system, which like the first gen robot utilizes a conveyor belt and automatic dispenser modules, has a few noticeable differences. The company has seen increased demand for its machine during the pandemic from customers looking for ways to prepare food with less contact. Robotic chefs have yet to go mainstream, but Picnic rival XRobotics launched earlier this month with its own pizza-making machine. White Castle is testing Flippy, a burger-grilling robot from Miso Robotics. The dough then moves on a conveyor belt as sauce, cheese, fresh-sliced pepperoni and other topping choices are automatically dropped. He cited the food service industry labor shortage and also noted a rise in delivery and carry-out meals driven by online orders. Subscribe to GeekWire's free newsletters to catch every headline. In addition to today’s announcement, Centerplate is also using Picnic’s robot to provide all of the pizzas at Enchant® Christmas, the current winter wonderland holiday event, taking place at the stadium through December 29th. The company can also provide custom design software solutions for operators to integrate with existing point-of-sale and ordering systems. Wood, a former executive at Synapse and Planetary Power, said an automation company like Picnic isn’t taking away jobs. Meet Picnic: Automating Pizza Preparation for Speed, Accuracy Small footprint, automated system and robots-as-a-service business model aimed at retrofitting existing pizza restaurants. Meanwhile, Little Caesar’s has a patent for a pizza-making robot. The company has brought its pizza-making robot to CES 2020 where they are actually putting it to good use by feeding attendees. That’s where we can help. This is one robot that won’t be a CES exhibitor only showing futuristic concepts; it is already in use in real-world kitchen settings and will only continue to grow its capabilities, as will be seen through Picnic’s delivery of mass customization food production and great-tasting pizza provided to CES attendees.”. Companies interested in installing Picnic’s new platform in their food operations can contact the company by visiting hellopicnic.com, emailing info@hellopicnic.com or calling 206.717.3455. Las Vegas Convention Center food service provider Centerplate, is impressing the expected 200,000 people flocking to CES 2020 this week with Seattle-based Picnic’s pizza-making robot. Restaurants, convenience and grocery stores, university and corporate campuses, casinos, hotels, cruise lines, sports venues, catering groups, healthcare cafeterias, small kiosks, ghost kitchen operators, mobile food operations, food trucks, delivery and military sites are among the many segments poised to benefit from the company’s automated food assembly platform integrating RaaS, software, cloud and deep learning technology. Probably not, but many followers feel like they’re in on a joke, DoubleDown Interactive lays off 55 employees at Seattle office following delayed IPO, FOX Sports bringing popular camera tech to NFL Playoffs, kicking off with game in Seattle, How Seattle startup studio Pioneer Square Labs spun out 25 ideas in 5 years — with more on the way, Epic Games buys Seattle-area video game development toolmaker RAD, pivoted away from automated cooking to food packaging, where Picnic was serving up pizzas to attendees, Lead Software Development Engineer – Test. Seattle startup Picnic raised an additional $3 million from existing investors as it gears up for a commercial rollout of its pizza-making robot. Extra cheese, please: Restaurant tech startup Picnic lands $5M for pizza robot, Video: Pizza-making robot arrives at CES to feed hungry attendees, thanks to Seattle startup, Secretive Seattle startup Picnic unveils pizza-making robot — here’s how it delivers 300 pies/hour, Not just another robot idea at CES, Picnic pizza platform will churn out real pies to feed crowds, Fraud allegations fly in dispute over brain-scanning tech made famous on Netflix’s ‘Making a Murderer’, Can vaccinated people still transmit COVID-19? Watch out pizza makers, this robot may soon take your job. “By surviving through this, they’ll be in a position to re-hire lost workers and find their way in the new, forever-changed world of food service.”. Home; Horseheads Menu and Info; Big Flats Menu and Info; Coupons; Select Page. Centerplate, providing live event hospitality for more than 115 million guests each year at hundreds of prominent sports, entertainment and convention venues, revealed, in October 2019, that Picnic’s successful pilot was operating at their T-Mobile Park location, home of the Seattle Mariners. Working at CES 2020 is not Picnic’s debut. We look forward to introducing Picnic to the Las Vegas Convention Center in January and helping them scale their technology in an effective way.”. GeekWire reports that the Seattle-based startup Picnic, which was previously known as Otto Robotics and Vivid Robotics, is one of the latest startups that has attempted to enter the food production automation industry. pic.twitter.com/LSsHxnCw58, — Taylor Soper (@Taylor_Soper) January 6, 2020, GeekWire’s coverage this week is underwritten by Bader Martin, CPAs + Advisors to Great Technology Companies. It can prepare about 180 18-inch or 300 12-inch pizzas per hour. GeekWire caught up with Wood in January at the Consumer Electronics Show, where Picnic was serving up pizzas to attendees. However, the company’s technology is applicable to other food categories. Picnic's pizza-making robot makes a pizza at a food vendor's booth during the CES tech show, Wednesday, Jan. 8, 2020, in Las Vegas. The platform only requires a small footprint and the modular, configurable equipment makes it flexible to slip into a wide array of stationary and mobile kitchen formats. Working with hospitality partner and Las Vegas Convention Center food service provider, Centerplate, Picnic will allow CES attendees, for the first time, to enjoy pizza produced by its acclaimed robot using AI, cloud and automation technology, Centerplate Executive Chef Taylor Park stands in front of Picnic's automated pizza assembly robot at T-Mobile Park, home of the Seattle Mariners. “This work is important because we’re supporting struggling restaurants who are looking for any advantage that will help them weather the storm of losing 60% of their sales,” CEO Clayton Wood wrote in a blog post earlier this year. Picnic will deliver, install and maintain the system, and provide platform and software updates for a monthly fee with no money upfront. Centerplate has already used Picnic’s pizza tech during a pilot program at Seattle’s T-Mobile Park last year. To demonstrate the production, a Picnic worker places a pre-made 16-inch circle of pizza dough into the first module. The strength of Picnic’s pizza robot is the large volume of pies it can produce. It is extremely flexible and painless to set up. Robots are going to take over a lot of jobs in the future. Founded in 2016 Vivid Robotics, Inc., (dba Picnic) (hellopicnic.com), has collected an experienced team of food and technology industry veterans to develop and provide specialized intelligent technology and exclusive solutions for the food service and hospitality industries. Unlike the pizza robots used by Zume and PAZZI, the Picnic robot has no articulating arms, but is a series of modular, customizable food dispensers. Follow Picnic on hellopicnic.com, facebook.com/picnicgroup; linkedin.com/company/picnicnews; twitter.com/picnicnews; and Instagram.com/picnicnews. Centerplate executive chef Taylor Park stands in front of the robot pizza-making system in the kitchen at Seattle’s T-Mobile Park. SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Seattle-based Picnic™, an innovator of food production technology and Robotics-as-a-Service (RaaS) solutions, announced today that its automated food assembly system has been selected by Centerplate, a leader in live event hospitality, to serve attendees of the world’s largest technology event, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), January 7-10, 2020, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The device got an exceptional amount of coverage from tech blogs out there heralding the new pizza robot as the best thing since, well, human-made pizza. Teresa@fausticommunications.com, Picnic™ Announces Its Automated Pizza Assembly Robot Will Serve Attendees of the Consumer Electronics Show, January 7-10, 2020. The new system, which you can see in action in the video below, is a fully customizable assembly line pizza topper machine that features four different modules: sauce, cheese, pepperoni and the “granular” module, which dispenses up to three pre-cut ingredients. She previously led R&D teams at Sargento Foods., Schwan’s Company, and Little Caesars Pizza. The pizza-making robot is really good at making the easiest part of the pizza. Let us know. Another Seattle startup, Souszen, came out of stealth mode last year and revealed its plans to automate the commercial kitchen. Picnic es una 'start up' que ha creado un robot capaz de preparar 300 pizzas en una hora con solo un operario humano. Picnic, the Seattle based pizza robot company, unveiled their second generation pizza robot this week. It follows a $5 million seed round in November. As soon as an order for pizza is placed, a digital queue is formed and the pizza maker robot starts the process when the dough is put in its place. Picnic’s automaton is undeniably fun and impressive to watch. Specific location details for Picnic’s robot and where to enjoy its pizza will be revealed at hellopicnic.com, prior to the start of CES 2020. Picnic Announces Its Automated Pizza Assembly Robot Will Serve Attendees of the Consumer Electronics Show, January 7-10, 2020 Picnic™ Raises An Additional $5 Million and Grows Leadership Team Picnic™ Unveils Industry-First Automated Pizza Assembly Platform Using Robotics-As-A-Service and Announces Event Hospitality and Restaurant Customers https://www.geekwire.com/2020/pizza-making-robot-startup-picnic-raises-3m (Courtesy Centerplate) Machine completes successful pilot program at Mariners' ballpark Centerplate introduced the world’s first robot pizza maker at Seattle’s T-Mobile Park on Sept. 10. It also brought on former Orion-Land Mark Products executive Lamont Glendinning as vice president of sales. With mobile integration and consistency, you can reduce wait times and serve your customers better. Employees can program the robot by simply using an app. “Picnic’s distinct culmination of food production customization and throughput, smart data and cloud analytics is quickly resonating with food service operators,” said Clayton Wood, CEO of Picnic. Centerplate Executive Chef Taylor Park stands in front of Picnic’s pizza robot at T-Mobile Park, home of the Seattle Mariners. The pandemic has put attention on food automation as restaurants and food preparation companies navigate around new hygiene protocols. . The fresh cash will be used for product development, response to customer interest, new hires, and marketing. They are already capable of cooking and serving food. Seattle startup Picnic has emerged from stealth mode with a system that assembles custom pizzas with little human intervention. Capable of cranking out 180 18-inch or 300 12-inch pies an hour with just a single worker keeping ingredients stocked, Picnic's Pizza-Making Robot could be a godsend for short-staffed restaurants. And Domino’s is automating many of its processes, including a pilot for driverless pizza delivery last year and an experimental drone delivery system. It uses computer vision and deep learning to ensure consistent output, and is modular in nature, letting the business add units/ingredients as needed. Centerplate Executive Chef Taylor Park stands in front of Picnic's installed pizza-making system, in the kitchen at Seattle’s T-Mobile Park. by Taylor Soper on October 6, 2020 at 2:58 pmOctober 6, 2020 at 3:10 pm. We just got a sneak peek with the Seattle startup — stay tuned for more! “Picnic’s automated food assembly platform has shown an ability to enhance quality and speed of service for our kitchen operations,” said Steve Pangburn, CEO of Centerplate. According to GeekWire, "Picnic's platform assembles up to 300 12-inch pizzas per hour, far faster than most restaurants would be able to make the dough, bake and serve the pizzas. “Picnic continues to experience increasing interest in our technology and solutions from large chains to ‘mom and pop’ storefronts, and emerging food service venues, such as virtual restaurants and ghost kitchens,” said Wood. The only thing more attention grabbing than the technology at the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas might be the food that keeps attendees fueled at the massive conference. A little over a month since the widely-acclaimed launch of its assembly-line robot, Picnic has now raised $5 million in additional seed funding. A vision system is implemented in the robot to make adjustments if the position of the pie is not in the center. — Picnic (@PicnicNews) October 1, 2019. The pizza-making robot is a thing of the future that is quickly becoming present-day with the unveiling of a compact pizza-making machine that can churn out hundreds of 12-inch pies. Picnic’s automated pizza assembly robot interacts with technologies of artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and automation. Restaurant owners pay a regular fee in return for the system and ongoing maintenance as well as software and hardware updates. These days, a great idea doesn’t guarantee success. Operators are struggling to keep up, Wood said. A machine capable of churning out up to 300 pizzas an hour. It looks good too, sleek and unindustrial. “Bun, bowl, tortilla or plate – our automated assembly system is designed for and capable of improving the businesses of many food service segments,” added Wood. Teresa Fausti San Francisco-based Zume raised $445 million with backing from SoftBank to create a pizza robot system and other robotics infrastructure for restaurants, but the company pivoted away from automated cooking to food packaging earlier this year. In July Picnic hired Cathryn Fritz-Jung as its chief food scientist. "Nosotros no destruimos los empleos, eso … As part of the system’s intelligence, deep learning AI technology continually learns and helps to meet the changing needs of all types of food service operators, keeping them more competitive and protecting their brands. Picnic was a finalist for Hardware/Gadget of the Year at the GeekWire Awards. Seattle-based startup Picnic recently revealed a pizza-making robot that can produce 300 pies an hour with very little human intervention. The Picnic platform is initially focused on the production of high-volume, customizable pizzas. 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