Why lug around heavy packages, bags, and boxes when a machine will uncomplainingly do it for you? Enter San Diego startup ‘s AutoDelivery, a proof-of-concept autonomous, touchscreen-controlled delivery robot that’s designed to work in spaces such as retail stores, warehouses, and factories.
AutoDelivery, which will make its formal debut at the ProMat Show 2019 in Chicago next week, can tow several cart types along preconfigured routes and joins another Brain Corp showroom product — EMMA (Enabling Mobile Machine Automation) — that’s been tested in Jimbo’s grocery stores around San Diego. Like EMMA, Autodelivery boasts cameras, 4G LTE connectivity, and routing algorithms that allow it to learn its way around a store quickly. Underlying it is Brain Corp’s software management layer, BrainOS.
While AutoDelivery isn’t slated