AutoX, an autonomous vehicle startup, recently started a grocery delivery service and a mobile store in San Jose, California where customers can buy their food and other products.
The company announced Wednesday that its new service is available to customers in geo-fenced areas throughout San Jose.
AutoX said that its pilot launch consists of two phases. While the first phase of its launch is in San Jose, the company said that phase two of the pilot will include Mountain View and Palo Alto.
“We’re very excited to launch the first autonomous grocery delivery and mobile store service in the heart of Silicon Valley with self-driving vehicles on the road,” AutoX founder and chief executive officer Jianxiong Xiao said in a news release. “It’s the first step of our mission to democratize autonomy, and is a testament to our cutting edge A.I. (artificial intelligence) and all its potential capabilities. We believe self-driving car technologies will fundamentally change people’s daily lives for the better.”
With the AutoX mobile application, users can browse and order items such as fresh perishables, vegetables and fruits that are preserved in a temperature-controlled environment during their driverless commute to customers.
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