Domino’s Pizza pilots driverless delivery with Nuro in Houston


Domino’s Nuro Autonomous Delivery Vehicle

Source: Domino’s

Domino’s Pizza newest delivery driver isn’t a person — it’s a self-driving car.

The restaurant company said Monday that an autonomous car made by Nuro will start delivering pizzas in Houston this week as part of a pilot program.

Customers will have to place a prepaid order on Domino’s website for delivery from the chain’s Woodland Heights location. If their order falls within certain days and times, they can choose to have Nuro’s R2 robot drop off their pizza. Once the robot arrives, customers will enter a unique PIN on its touch screen to prompt the doors to open so they can retrieve their pizza. A Domino’s spokeswoman said that…


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