Pizza Hut now has its pizzas delivered by small autonomous robots equipped with a heated chest

It is in Canada, and more specifically in the streets of Vancouver, that residents will now be able to have their pizzas delivered by a new type of delivery man. Indeed, 6 years after Domino’s Pizza, its direct competitor, Pizza Hut acquires its first pizza delivery robots. Equipped with a GPS tracker and a heated box that can only be unlocked by a code received by telephone, the small mechanical delivery men bend over backwards to deliver to your doorstep in the best conditions, all in a radius of 2 kilometers around the restaurant.

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Daniel Fingerote, Pizza Hut’s innovation manager behind the launch, however, reassures customers that these robots are not intended to replace traditional delivery drivers. “These robots are intended to complement our current delivery model. The intention is in no way to get rid of our current delivery drivers, we just want to be able to offer even more customers the opportunity to enjoy our pizzas”, he communicated to CityNews. In a press release, the firm’s chief operating officer said he was “delighted to be at the forefront of this technology and to partner with Serve Robotics to bring this offer to Canada for the first time”.

This experiment which, if it proves conclusive, should be extended to all of Vancouver before potentially becoming more democratic throughout the country and, why not, in the world.

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