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Monday, January 4, 2016

A Pollution-free delivery robot

A technology created to facilitate the human activities in life. One is a future robot can replace human tasks. Not long ago, Google has invested in the drones project to deliver the goods to customer order. However, the steps taken by Google is different with one of the founders of Skype who believes the future of robotics is on the ground, not flying like drones.
Fleets of small autonomous robots could soon become a familiar presence on public pathways with the advent of ground-based drones that aim to improve local delivery of goods and groceries. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1Zmy8ns)
As reported by the Daily Mail, on Tuesday, December 22, 2015, a technology company named Starship Technologies is preparing for testing the self-driving delivery robots in London and several US states in 2016.
Starship Technologies is preparing to test their self-driving delivery robots in London and some parts of the US. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1Zmy8ns)
"When you make reservations by online, instead of goods sent by someone who comes to your door, but you will get it with the robot," says Ahti Heinla, founder of Skype and CEO at Starship Technologies.
According to the developers, the as yet unnamed robots are small, practical and free from CO2 emissions. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1Zmy8ns)
Heinla added, the robot is not designed for long-range order. A robot that does not have this name has a small size, safe, practical, and free of CO2 emissions.
But unfortunately not described in detail a payload capacity of this robot. Just mention the robot is capable of carrying items weighing the equivalent of two shopping bags and can complete a short distance delivery within 5 to 30 minutes of a retail store. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DAILYMAIL]
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