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Latest Technology Domino's has built an Autonomous Pizza Delivery Robot

For a pizza chain, Domino's in fact has a pretty rich history of innovation. It's embraced social media, shaped a one-click Easy Order button and even build a delivery car that has its possess pizza oven. Now it's look at robots. More specifically: release robots. What you see here is DRU (Domino's Robotic Unit), an autonomous delivery vehicle build in collaboration with Australian technology establish Marathon Targets that Domino's says is the opening of its kind. It's filled with thousands of dollars worth of military robotics tech, but its covert mission has been to bring fresh pizza to the inhabitants of Queensland. DRU is at rest in the prototype stage, but that doesn't denote that it hasn't been busy. Domino's worked with the Queensland section of Transport and Main Roads to ensure it met all the requirements to be set movable on the streets. 

It uses LIDAR, the similar technology utilized by self-driving cars, to identify the nearby environment and has built-in GPS tracking technology that syncs with Google Maps. It's actually extremely similar to Starship Technologies' eponymous delivery robots, which will soon hit the -streets of London. Lifehacker Australia news that the robot's first deliveres were made in a figure of restricted streets permitted by the restricted transport authorities. It's locked to stop people from snagging some new pizza, so when it arrives at its destination, clientele need to enter a mobile system that opens DRU's insulated storage (which has together hot and cool compartments). Although DRU will initially be experienced in Australia, Domino's says it's operational with "global partners" to ensure the release droid meets the necessary supplies to be tested on roads and footpaths. Vehicles will start appear in stores within the after that six months, but it could take up to two years for pizza delivery shuttles to turn into a usual sight on the streets of Queensland.

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