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Dutch consultancy agency pilots delivery robot

The robot will deliver non-food goods across the Dutch university

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Dutch consultancy agency pilots delivery robot. Source: shutterstock.com

The Future Mobility Network has started a pilot project with an electric and autonomous driving delivery robot, Ecommerce News report.

The robot will drive around at the Breda University of Applied Sciences and deliver non-food goods.

In addition, the students will investigate the robot’s impacts, including its performance and user-friendliness. Besides, they will pay attention to the behavior of the people around the robot.

The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the demand for autonomous driving vehicles; such robots reduce human contact and thus help prevent further spread of the virusrnrn
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As to the robots’ additional advantages, they are available 24/7. What is more, they’re electric, therefore sustainable, and take over certain activities in a different way.

We’ve reported that LG Electronics has teamed up with the online food delivery app Woowa Brothers and the Korea Institute for Robot Industry Advancement to develop robot waiters.

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