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IKEA and Kodiak Robotics Collaborate To Make Delivery Trucks Self-driving

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Ikea, a Swedish retailer of furnishings, plans to start making deliveries in Texas soon using driverless trucks. The business has teamed up with Kodiak Robotics, a leader in autonomous shipping services. Since August, Ikea has been testing Kodiak's driverless vehicle. According to Engadget, it has been daily sending autonomous delivery vans from its Houston warehouse to a retail location in Dallas. In late 2023, according to Aurora, there will be dedicated software made specifically for driverless vehicles. IKEA and Kodiak Robotics Collaborate To Make Delivery Trucks Self-driving Uber began offering robotic, driverless delivery in May in Los Angeles. Two businesses that specialize in self-driving robotics, Motional and Server Robotics, made the project possible. Aurora won't be a part of the relationship between the two businesses this time. An Uber representative said that at the start of the pilot, select vendors will autonomously deliver food to the clients.

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