The post-ride service Postmates is trying to build a more connected world through robots.
The company has unveiled a robot that will take over the job of driver.
Read morePostmates is looking to build the “post-ride robot” (or “pilot”) service to help people move around the world post-transit.
The service will connect people via WiFi, Bluetooth, and a smartphone.
Postmates will be available for pre-orders starting today, with the first deliveries slated to arrive later this year.
It is also the first robot to be licensed to operate as a full-fledged taxi, a service that allows customers to pick up and drop off passengers in less than 20 seconds.
Postmates has made a big push in recent months to build autonomous vehicles, and the company has raised $100 million from a variety of investors, including Google Ventures and Tesla Motors.
However, this robot isn’t just a new product.
Postmate is also using the robotics field to bring an entirely new service to the public, a move that could help its long-term viability.
The Postmates pilot service will work by connecting users with autonomous vehicles and driving them to their destinations.
It is a “first-of-its-kind” solution that will help connect people to vehicles that have the ability to drive around in the dark.
The pilot service was developed as a service for Uber, Postmates co-founder and CEO Jazmin Vaz told TechCrunch.
“We see the opportunity to get into the Uber business,” she said.
As we move into the next phase of driverless vehicles, we are looking for an automated service that will allow us to better connect with our customers.
It’s just a matter of finding a way to do it.
“This is an interesting idea.
We need to understand what will be the long-run cost of having an autonomous vehicle.
We also need to see how well our taxi business will do when we’re out in the world, Vaz said.
In other words, this is a great example of how a service can be rolled out to meet an evolving market.
It will be interesting to see what Postmates decides to do with the robot in the future.