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The company behind Vespa built a cargo robot that follows you around

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In the future, we won’t just have autonomous drones zooming around over our heads — we’ll share the sidewalks with rolling robots, tasked with delivering our groceries and carrying our stuff.  

A new robot from Piaggio (best known for Vespa scooters) keeps the autonomous focus firmly on solid ground. The company’s fledgling autonomous mobility division, Piaggio Fast Forward, has unveiled its first project: the Gita, a two-wheeled personal cargo bot straight out of the Star Wars droid factory.     

The Gita’s designed for a different use than sky-bound delivery drones — its directive is to follow a human, or to move autonomously along pathways it’s already traveled. There are already some similarly self-driving droids from Starship Technologies roving the streets making Postmates deliveries in a few cities.  Read more…

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