Autonomous cars are now bringing pizza pies instead of groceries to customer’s homes.
On Monday, the self-driving company Nuro announced a partnership with Domino’s Pizza in Houston. Nuro has been dropping off Kroger groceries in the Texas city since earlier this year. Kroger uses the self-driving vehicles to haul grocery bags to online shoppers in other cities like Phoenix.
Now Houston residents can order a pizza through the Domino’s app and then track the pizza as it makes its way to their home without a driver in sight. Once someone makes an order, they’re given a PIN code to unlock the compartment on the Nuro vehicle and retrieve their pizza from the vehicle. Remember, there’s no delivery person to bring it to the doorway. Read more…
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