Nuro, a developer of driverless road-going vehicles, is partnering with fast-food chain Domino’s to deliver pizzas to customers at their homes.
A statement on Nuro’s blog says: “We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve partnered with Domino’s, the world’s largest pizza company, to deliver pizza autonomously.”
Nuro’s self-driving delivery service first launched in 2018 through its partnership with Kroger, one of the largest grocery chains in the US.
“Partnering with Domino’s marks an important step on our journey to become the autonomous delivery partner of choice for retailers of all kinds,” says Nuro.
Domino’s is one of the leading pizza companies famous for delivery, selling 3 million pizzas per day from over 16,000 stores worldwide.
Nuro specialises in driverless deliveries, and developing technologies and systems for moving goods from stores to neighborhoods “quickly, affordably, and safely”, says the company.