This autonomous food delivering robot has paired with popular sushi brand 'Gin no Sara' to bring lunch to people in Japan.
This adorable red 'bot's is named the 'CarriRo Delivery 'bot' and was developed by the Japanese robotics company ZMP. Standing 3 feet tall, this self-driving delivery vehicle can allegedly hold food for up to 60 people. Laws restrict autonomous vehicles using public side walks in Japan, so using cameras and sensors, this bot will be set to navigate side streets, back roads, parks, and office buildings.
Competing with the likes of quick delivery services that can operate by bike or drone, autonomous food delivering vehicles seem like a natural progression. The CarriRo paints the future of food delivery as one that's quick, robotic and convenience-focused.
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