Serve Robotics completed a reverse merger with Patricia Acquisition Corp., a public Delaware corporation.
Goggo Network and Ottonomy have already started deploying robots for autonomous deliveries in Alcobendas and Zaragoza, Spain.
Cartken’s AI-powered sidewalk robots will land in Miami before multi-city expansion in 2023
Hyundai Motor Group has launched two autonomous robot delivery experimental programs at a hotel and a residential-commercial complex on the outskirts of Seoul.
The company’s newest autonomous high-driving robots deliver food to students.
Ottobot autonomous delivery service was recently launched for select customers at the Pittsburgh International Airport.
Ottonomy made its debut in the middle east, showing off last-mile delivery solutions.
Students will be able to receive food deliveries from national and local on-campus eateries.
The process has taken four years to complete, but Matternet is leading the industry as the first to be certified by the FAA.
DPD’s latest sustainability initiative partners with Cartken to bring autonomous parcel delivery to UK neighborhoods.
Synkar is partnering with food delivery apps to fulfill first and last mile delivery logistics.
Serve Robotics announced a partnership with Walmart in Bentonville, Arizona, where some of its delivery robots have been spotted.
Autonomous delivery using Refraction’s robots creates an exciting new opportunity to extend the Chick-fil-A experience to a growing number of delivery guests.
PUDU D1 is the first quadruped, last-mile delivery robot from the company. It uses all of the core technology from its wheeled siblings.
The Ottobot’s are ready to be deployed at two new airports including Rome and San Antonio.
Pudu Robotics released four new robots, including three delivery robots, SwiftBot, PUDU A1, PUDU D1, and one cleaning robot, PUDU SH1.
Students and employees at the university can order from the Starship Food Delivery app and get their food delivered anywhere on campus.
Urbx leverages Celestica’s experience to meet rising demand among retailers for faster, more efficient, cost-effective order fulfillment and delivery systems
TERAKI and Foodora plan to begin deliveries in the coming months, after they receive approval from Stockholm authorities.
On-demand robot delivery is now available in Pleasanton, CA at the Lucky supermarket flagship store
Coco aims to expand to Dallas, Houston and Miami in the coming months. It has been operating in Los Angeles, where it’s based, since 2021.
The financing has been facilitated through a venture loan and is supported by the European Fund for Strategic Investments (EFSI).
The partnership is new ground for Mitsubishi, who has never partnered with an autonomous delivery company like Carken before.
The company continues to expand its delivery service to another US college campus.
Serve Robotics’ achievement comes a few months after the company announced its partnership with Uber Eats.