06 mai 2018

DELIVERY BOTS HAVE AWKWARD SIDEWALK INTERACTIONS, TOO

 Credit : Wired Self-driving cars have it rough. They have to detect the world around them in fine detail, learn to recognize signals, and avoid running over pets. But hey, at least they’ll spend most of their time dealing with other robot cars, not people. Now, a delivery robot, on the other hand, it roams sidewalks. That means interacting with people—lots of people—and dogs and trash and pigeons. Unlike a road, a sidewalk is nearly devoid of structure. It’s chaos. Block by block, a San Francisco startup called Marble has... [Lire la suite]
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13 mars 2017

Uber's driverless truck makes its first delivery: Automated vehicle crosses Colorado on a 120-mile BEER run Read more: http://w

Uber's driverless truck makes its first delivery: Automated vehicle crosses Colorado on a 120-mile BEER run San Francisco startup Otto outfitted the truck with self-driving technology It travelled from a weigh station in Fort Collins to Colorado Springs A trained driver monitored the vehicle on its journey from the back seat  A self-driving truck has made its first commercial delivery run in the US, carrying a vital cargo to a depot in the Rockies: thousands of cases of beer. The automated semi took to the open road as... [Lire la suite]