The Philadelphia International Airport – arguably the worst major airport in America – has hired a fleet of rolling robots to deliver food to passengers while they’re waiting for their ten-hour late flights while watching Brian Stelter on the TV.
People waiting at Philadelphia International Airport can now get food delivered to them, contact-free, thanks to a new robot. The droid is called a gita – pronounced jee-tah.
Then the gita uses Bluetooth to follow an airport AtYourGate representative through the airport, right to where the passenger is located in the airport.
The gita, which can carry up to 40 pounds, features a cargo bin to hold guests’ orders. Once the gita arrives, passengers can open the robot’s bin and remove the food order for themselves.
Since this is Philadelphia, there is a better than average chance the robot will draw a gun and take your money, jewelry, and your dignity before rolling away.