International Airlines Group (IAG) is inviting Israeli start-ups to participate in a dedicated pitch day for a chance to partner with a global leader in the aviation industry. IAG is looking for innovative start-ups focused on products and ideas that can be utilised in the following areas:
Logistics automation – There are many critical functions that are still carried out manually at airports including processes within baggage, aircraft stand and airfield operations. IAG is looking for start-ups that can automate these processes with solutions focused on improving operational performance in the context of aircraft turn around. We are looking for automation technologies related to robotics, driverless vehicles, machine vision, artificial intelligence and more. The benefits of automation can include: improved safety, reduced equipment damage and better punctuality.
Identity Management & Biometrics – Hangar 51 is always on the lookout for new technologies to automate operations and provide customers with a seamless, smooth but secure travel experience. As the main operator at London Heathrow, IAG is looking to explore early stage companies and technologies alongside established solutions that can be adapted to the airport environment.
Selected start-ups will have the opportunity to present their products and ideas to an IAG panel in Israel on Monday 18th March 2019. Each start-up will have a 30-minute slot: 15 minutes to present their idea and 15 minutes to explore how it may be designed, developed, trialled or implemented within our company.
IAG may decide to take your ideas further by organising a trial of the technology to understand potential and if appropriate develop a business case and roll it out. Start-ups may also be considered for Investment through IAG’s multi-million pound investment fund or the Hangar 51 Accelerator programme.
To apply please fill in all required details on the application form, attach your pitch deck and answer a number of questions. Please note your pitch deck should include:
● Your idea/technology.
● How can this idea/technology be implemented in an airport/airline environment?
● What would be the benefit areas/added value?
➢ Applications will be open until March 5th at 23:59.
➢ We will contact successful applicants by March 7th
➢ Successful applicants will be invited for a dedicated 30 min slot on Monday 18th March 2019, scheduled to take place in central Tel Aviv.
* Please note that the event presented above is an external program. Participation does not constitute or require acceptance to the Hangar 51 accelerator programme.
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