JUST EAT Pilots Robots To Deliver Food From Restaurants

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Customers who order takeaway food using Just Eat could soon find their food being delivered by robots following the launch of a ground-breaking trial.

h/t: hospitalityandcateringnews

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The company, the world’s leading digital marketplace for takeaway food delivery, has partnered with Starship Technologies to trial self-driving delivery robots on the streets of London.

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Just Eat and Starship Technologies’ testing programme is expected to begin within the next few months and further details of the restaurants taking part in the trial will be announced shortly.

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Starship Technologies, established in 2014 by the co-founders of Skype, has developed the robots to deliver food, packages and goods to consumers within a short radius of their point of origin. Customers will be sent a secure code to access their meals from the robots once they arrive.

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