Darren San Sushi is relying on sushi-making robots at its location within SoFi Stadium, where 70,000 fans gather to watch the National Football League’s LA Chargers and Rams.
AUTEC previewed their new robot called ASM260A. The new robot efficiently cuts sushi rolls using an elegant, simple design that allows it to cut four hosomaki rolls at a time using a unique internal cutting unit that mimics the delicate motions of a sushi chef’s knife. The new Maki Cutter is slated for release this summer.
As restaurants struggle to find labor, tech companies like Nala Robotics and Richtech are developing automated chefs and baristas to fill gaps.
Equipment is smarter than ever at the 2022 National Restaurant Association Show. As the FER editors walk the show floor, they’ve come across multiple products designed to make tasks like serving drinks, pouring cocktails and stirring cuisine a breeze.
The Autec Sushi robot is an automated mechanical device that produces several types of sushi or assists in sushi preparation and can produce up to 2400 nigiri rice balls per hour.
In America, the sushi business is booming. Yet, industry leaders like Taka Tanaka know change is on the horizon, creating uncertainty.