Starship Technologies has started using ESPROS Photonics Corporation’s epc660 Time-of-Flight chip in its sidewalk delivery robots.
Starship Technologies announced that its expanding its delivery service to residents across Wellingborough, Higham Ferrers and Rushden.
Starship is also closing a number of locations that “do not have the right mix of merchants and customer base to meet our near-term profitability goals.”
Starship plans to use the funding to further R&D and build thousands more robots at the company’s facility in Tallinn, Estonia.
Starship Technologies has closed Series A funding and said that it has completed 100,000 deliveries and will be expanding service to 100 university campuses.
Attendees and speakers at a food robotics event in San Francisco discussed the biggest challenges facing developers and users of robots and AI for cooking, delivery, and tracking.
This article was republished with permission from Starship Technologies’ blog. Starship Technologies is building a fleet of robots to deliver packages locally on demand. To successfully achieve this, the robots must be safe, polite and quick. But how do you get there with low computational resources and without expensive sensors such as LIDARs? This is…
Starship Technologies, a delivery robot startup founded in 2015 by two Skype co-founders, is launching its autonomous delivery service at corporate and academic campuses in Europe and the US. For the last three months, Starship’s six-wheeled robots have been delivering food and office supplies around software company Intuit’s 4.3-acre campus in Mountain View, California. Ahti…