Domino’s light RDW to deliver pizzas with organic runabout




Domino’s speaks of cooperation with the RDW for the project. The spokesman of the Department of Road Transport, Hans No Houses, called together a big word. “We know they are going, but the cart is not here. If there is, we can see if it complies with the regulations, but first it happened from abroad must”.

When the test starts in the UK is not known. For now test the pizza chain DRU only in Australia, where the vehicle according to the company has actually been used for the delivery. Many details about the vehicle are not there yet.

It is an electrically driven unit on four wheels and compartments for food and drink warm or keep cold. Using its sensors, the pizza delivery should independently restaurant to the customer and can navigate vice versa, and thereby recognize and avoid obstacles. In the promotional video goes DRU walking pace and down the sidewalk, making it the question is how long the vehicle will make an order.

The chassis is based on vehicles from the Australian company Marathon Targets , which mainly worked up as maker of robotic targets’ for the army. These dolls are placed on vehicles, which respond to the actions of soldiers organically and Robotic Opposing Force.

Many companies consider the replacement of humans by new ways of delivery, such as DHL and Amazon, all tests that companies with delivery aircraft.

Update, 13:15: Response RDW added.


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