Deliveries will begin in Austin, Miami and Washington, DC later in 2021.
It's easy to sense that the auto industry is in desperation. The hype surrounding self-driving cars that was popular a few years ago has gradually diminished, as developers have found that not only humans drive well - which is a great handicap for their drivers - but people as well. Type. where are they. (People drive worse in Las Vegas than they do in San Francisco, etc.)
Our streets may not be filled with robotics, as we promised in 2017, but here and there, spacecraft companies are starting to establish their businesses. Like Argo AI, an AV startup that is heavily supported by Ford, Volkswagen, and others. On Wednesday, Argo, Ford and Walmart announced that they will work together to deliver last-mile deliveries from the retail giants in Austin, Texas. Miami, Florida; and Washington, D.C. and CEO Argo AI. "By partnering with Walmart and Ford in three markets, we are demonstrating the potential for self-service vehicle delivery at scale." “Fingers are in US cities,” said Scott Griffiths, CEO of Ford Independent Vehicles & Moving Businesses. This ultimately enhances business efficiency at scale and enables a great consumer experience. Argo AI and Ford have been testing their AV systems in Miami and DC since 2018, and began testing in Austin the following year. And all three say the first robotic customer deliveries will be launching Walmart later this year, and around the same time, Ford and Argo will begin deploying passenger robots in Austin and Miami. p>
Walmart starts driverless delivery with Ford and Argo AI
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