Defenders of delivery robots have reduced congestion and pollution, since robots are mainly electric, as well as giving local companies a competitive advantage. Companies that do not have a delivery infrastructure can use the technology to run from Amazon.
However, others say that such devices pose a risk to pedestrians, although there is still no evidence of any major safety incident. Using a combination of computer vision, GPS and machine learning, robots are designed to autonomously map their environment, navigate crowded areas and avoid obstacles.
Virginia provided the delivery robots in 2017, and Idaho, Wisconsin, Florida, Ohio, Utah and Arizona have followed suit. Other states, such as San Francisco, are still grappling with the legislation involved. But because major global companies, such as FedEx, are becoming more and more interested in technology, the US states. UU They will have to address the problem instead of doing it later.