California gives a heads up to the revolutionizing riverless delivery service for the first time. The all known for its Robotics- Nuro is all prepared to turn the engines on for its driverless delivery operations just from the next year.
Nuro set to be California’s first driverless delivery service pic.twitter.com/QRQdvC1Eab
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Nuro: meet the autonomous car that can charge for delivery services https://t.co/jKxqqH8wka
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California already is done with testing the Nuro R2 vehicles in the state during the month of April. However, it is time that soon the permit will allow Nuro to charge people for the services it is planning to put forward.
Expect commercial autonomous delivery soon.
— Pandiyan Vairamani (@pandiyanv) December 26, 2020
Nuro, an autonomous delivery startup 1st-ever approved from the California Department of Motor Vehicles to launch driverless services ahead of Amazon, Google, & GM. Nuro, has received legal authorization to offer deliveries that are made through fully-autonomous vehicles.
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What does the Nuro department has to say?
“Issuing the first deployment permit is a significant milestone in the evolution of autonomous vehicles in California,”
– said Steve Gordon ( California Department of Motor Vehicles director). He further added that-
“We will continue to keep the safety of the motoring public in mind as this technology develops.”
Talking about the foundation of the company, it was founded by two masterminds who were former Google engineers and have funding facilities for their project from Japanese firm Softbank.
Its vehicles are intended to work without a driver or travelers in them.
The R2 utilizes radar, the technology in use is thermal imaging and 360-degree cameras to coordinate its development. What’s more, it does not have a controlling wheel, pedals, or side-see mirrors.
The vehicle is an egg-molded driverless car that is more modest than most vehicles in the US. It additionally has two temperature-controlled compartments for conveyances. Entryways raise up to uncover the things once a code has been entered by the beneficiary.
This is interesting. Could this be the main delivery of the future? I would probably trust this over drones, but each have their risks. Will Amazon use this service or wait and create their own?#autonomous #delivery #robots #NURO #California #amazon #drones https://t.co/tTp3w0g7wj
— Cash&CharacterMedia (@CCharactermedia) December 26, 2020
Nuro becomes first company to receive commercial autonomous vehicle permit from California. Nuro revealed it’s the 1st company to receive permission from the California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to charge a fee & receive compensation for its driverless delivery service. pic.twitter.com/3nZ1bZKC1n
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