Driverless Delivery

Driverless Delivery refers to autonomous vehicles designed specifically to deliver products. These self-driving trucks, often called robo-trucks, require no human driver, similar to self-driving cars. Several companies are testing autonomous technology in semi trucks and other smaller "last-mile" delivery systems.

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A Self-Driving Truck Got a Shipment Cross-Country 10 Hours Faster Than a Human Driver

Last month TuSimple, a transportation company focused on self-driving technology for heavy-duty trucks, shipped a truckload of watermelons from Arizona to Oklahoma using the truck’s autonomous system for over 80 percent of the journey.

Sidewalk-traveling robots are here, aiming to deliver restaurant meals on the cheap, while being cute

The 18-inch tall robots on four wheels zipping across city sidewalks stopped people in their tracks as they whipped out their camera phones.

This Year, Autonomous Trucks Will Take to the Road With No One on Board

The startup TuSimple is deploying tractor-trailers that drive themselves from pickup to delivery.

Autonomous Kodiak Trucks Manage Deliveries Without Single Disengagements On Highway

Two and a half years after Kodiak Robotics was founded with the goal of developing autonomous driving technology for trucks, the Mountain View-based startup has achieved a major milestone.

This Year, Autonomous Trucks Will Take to the Road With No One on Board

The startup TuSimple is deploying tractor-trailers that drive themselves from pickup to delivery.

It’s time for self-driving cars to really take off... but not for people

Home deliveries have skyrocketed, creating a demand for autonomous driving technology.

Open for Delivery: EV startup Canoo releases its Multi-Purpose Delivery Vehicle

Based on a single skateboard platform, Canoo has designed an infinitely configurable vehicle "for the people". The price? Just $33k.

Walmart Plans to Start Ditching Human Delivery Drivers Next Year

For over two years, Walmart has been testing out autonomous delivery trucks — and now the company says it’s almost ready to take human drivers out of the driver’s seat.

Pennsylvania legalizes autonomous delivery robots, classifies them as pedestrians

It passed mainly along partisan lines, with Republicans supporting the law and Democrats opposing, calling it a job killer.

This Swedish startup created an electric, autonomous freight vehicle that it says will hit roads next year

Einride has created what it calls the world's first electric autonomous heavy cargo transport vehicle that has been driven on public roads: the Pod.