Starship Technologies: How delivery robots from Mars are cutting congestion and emissions

Michael Holder
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Starship Technologies: How delivery robots from Mars are cutting congestion and emissions

Automated battery-powered robots could soon be bringing takeaways, parcels and groceries to your door as an alternative to last-mile van deliveries

After a quick glance at one of Starship Technologies' delivery robots, it's not entirely surprising to learn the original idea came from Mars. Initially conceived as a part of an ultimately unsuccessful...

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