One of China’s largest online shopping companies has started to deliver goods to its customers using robots, according to a report in QZ.com.
The four-wheeled autonomous vehicle (pictured above) is about the size of a washing machine and was developed by Jingdong, or JD.com as it’s also known in China.
And although the robot was used for the first time earlier this week, JD’s chairman, Liu Qiangdong, says the company could completely roboticise its entire logistics process within a few years.
The company already uses small autonomous vehicles in its logistics warehouses to move goods around (pictured below). Continue reading Chinese e-commerce giant starts delivering orders using robots