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A Toaster on Wheels to Deliver Groceries? Self-Driving Tech Tests Practical Uses
Nuro, now a part of Waymo, released an autonomous driving grocery delivery service in Scottsdale. The partnership with Fry's grocery charges customers only $6 for delivery and will have two available vehicles on the streets for deliveries.
Nuro began its' testing in full-size cars because it cannot fit people into the small delivery vehicles. Today they are now confident in their technology to be able to put the tiny cars on the roads, but not to exceed 25 mph.
These delivery vehicles have "shadow cars" trailing their moves and the ability to remotely connect with them to then take control of them if something goes wrong.
The posing issue with this type of delivery is the demand that may or may not be involved as well as the problem of getting them to your house. You still have to walk to the curb to get them and take them inside.
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