The Giant supermarket Tesco and Co-op announced that they will be teaming up with the Technology expert Starship Technologies to launch their initiative of using small 6-wheels autonomous vehicles to deliver groceries for their customers. The initiative is to be tested in Milton Keynes as a primary step to generalize the service later.

According to The Sun, Henry Harris-Burland, vice president of marketing at Starship Technologies, said: “Adding Tesco products to our autonomous delivery service is a fantastic addition for residents in the local communities we serve.

“The bots complete thousands of autonomous deliveries a week and have received a great welcome from Milton Keynes.”

Co-op have already been testing this service since August 2018.

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