US lets Nuro deploy driverless delivery vehicles

US lets Nuro deploy driverless delivery vehicles

US regulators gave permission for autonomous vehicle startup Nuro over the next two years to deploy up to 5,000 low-speed electric delivery vehicles. The rollout of the R2 vehicle will take place in Houston, with plans for it to deliver items like groceries. Nuro is a privately held robotics company based in Mountain View, California.

Timothy
Timothy
porcus
porcus 1 months

Very cool tech and I support it. Should be a huge help for the disabled and the recluses.

Watcher
Watcher 1 months

send the car to pick up your takeaway order, never have to make human contact.... excellent....

porcus
porcus 1 months

Very cool tech and I support it.

anthony
anthony 1 months

Once perfected I see this as a way to eliminate driving jobs from people who earn their living that way - the same way self-checkouts have. I vote no.

Andrew Montague
Andrew Montague 1 months

We have something similar where I live they really are quite remarkable. https://youtu.be/AbQN-a2d1s0

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