When a major grocery store chain starts using driverless cars to deliver groceries, it’s a good sign that autonomous tech has gone mainstream.
Supermarket chain Kroger and autonomous robots startup Nuro announced Wednesday that the two were partnering to deliver groceries using a fleet of driverless delivery vehicles.
The autonomous vehicles will start delivering milk, eggs, and bread through a pilot program this fall in an unspecified market. Eventually Kroger is hoping to use Nuro’s vehicles at its 2,800 stores across America.
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Author: Sasha Lekach
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