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7/13/2017

Self-driving delivery robot undergoes road tests in US

Self-driving delivery robots undergoes road tests in US
Self-driving delivery robots undergoes road tests in US

Residents in California may soon find a delivery robot that shows up at their door step instead of a mail.

Set a destination, load a packet, then Robby the robot is turned off and rolling.

Robby Technologies engineers test their robots, which can cruiser on sidewalks with walking or running, with a load of up to 45 kilograms.

Founded by two MIT PhD students, Li Rui and Dheera Venkatraman, Robby Technologies has built robots with computer cameras that can see 10 meters ahead in all directions.
Li Rui, co-founder and CEO of Robby Technologies
Li Rui, co-founder and CEO of Robby Technologies 
If the robot encounters a situation where he does not know what to do, for example, a passenger refuses to move, he can send a message to the control center so he can speak. If you decide to break, an alarm will be triggered.

"Currently, the cost of delivery to the US and China is quite high, especially the delivery share of the last mile. This represents about 30 percent of the overall cost of delivery," said Li, who is also CEO Of Robby Technologies. "We see a great opportunity to use self-driving robots."

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