Prior to the pandemic, autonomous delivery technologies, from pods to robots and drones, led a wave of trials across multiple geographies. Use cases were focused on meal delivery, fulfilment, and medical centers, and some limited grocery pilots. Now, there are recurring announcements of government agencies approving exceptions to permit more rapid and widespread adoption of these autonomous form factors. This opens up previously unheard of opportunities for technology, delivery, and robotics leaders and startups to accelerate operations on city streets, sidewalks, and air space, supporting touchless delivery and protecting both frontline workers and consumers.
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