Uber Eats and Nuro enter into partnership for using robots for food delivery

The delivery pods from Nuro are large enough to drive on the sidewalk

September 09, 2022 10:28 IST | India Infoline News Service
The collaboration will begin this autumn in Houston and Mountain View, California, and subsequently spread to additional regions, such as the larger Bay Area.
In recent years, Nuro has been successful in establishing collaborations with several well-known businesses, including Walmart and Kroger. However, this most recent agreement signals an expansion of Nuro's business objectives.
Uber Eats customers will pay the same delivery fee whether the delivery is made by a Nuro robot or a live freelance worker. However, because Nuro bots cannot collect gratuities, there may be some financial savings. Customers won't be able to tell when placing an order whether they will receive personal delivery or standard courier delivery. The tip will be returned if the Eats client pre-selects it and Nuro delivers the food.

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