Coronavirus has been declared a pandemic and the whole world is under various lockdowns. It’s so hard even to step out for essentials. Meanwhile, self-driving cars appear to be a handy concept. Several self-driving vehicles companies at back to testing. Right now, they’re typically testing delivering goods — not people — to vulnerable communities.
While the US looks to start slow and has companies back to work in limited capacities. Chinese self-driving companies are totally back to normal, testing at full capacity, and working in the office. Therefore, the self-driving vehicle companies are trying their level best hard in the US to get back out on the road by becoming delivery services.
These top companies, in the US, include Nuro which announced a partnership with CVS to deliver prescriptions. They said,
“As with all our pilots, we will begin service with our autonomous Prius fleet to make deliveries, before introducing deliveries with R2, our custom-built delivery bot.”
Looks like the future concepts like self-driving cars are practical amidst these crucial times. Nuro, founded in 2016 is a top self-driving vehicle company. It was founded by leaders in robotic and artificial intelligence.