Even though it is equally important for all, our idea of progression tends to differ quite a lot on an individual level. This allows us the space to diversify the methods through which we pursue growth. Now, when you have such a dynamic running the show, it’s almost fair to expect many unique by-products over time, and yet at present, we see no by-product as unique as technology. Technology took up a prominent place in our lives on the back of various groundbreaking results that talked at length to a very similar structure. You see, even though we would go on to see gazillion tech permutations, literally each one will try and convey a simple but efficient way of living. Sold on what it had to offer, the world was soon indulging in transforming its identity, and once the process officially got underway, things were never the same. Suddenly, our day-to-day approach was more streamlined than ever before. The benefits of it seeped into the surrounding blocks and beyond. An area, however, where these benefits made probably their most meaningful entry was our logistics sector. We deem it as most meaningful because prior to linking-up with technology, logistics barely had any presence within many premises. In fact, it held a longstanding reputation of essentially being an unfeasible model. Nevertheless, the horizons are much brighter now, and Nuro’s new delivery robot does a fair amount to validate that claim.
Nuro, the autonomous delivery company, has formally announced its third-generation autonomous delivery pod, which reportedly comes with twice the cargo space of company’s second-generation R2 robot. Furthermore, it is said to boast a freshly-imagined assortment of modular inserts and temperature-controlled departments for preserving the food’s desired temperature, but those feature have got nothing on a newly-introduced external airbag. According to Nuro, the airbag will protect the pedestrians from a possible mishap. If it ends up working out just how it is intended to work, then we can expect a much needed drop off in pedestrian deaths that went up by a whopping 50% over the last decade. Amid the times when central government is aggressively planning to revamp automotive safety metrics, including the standard five star safety rating process, Nuro’s new delivery pod has every chance to become a perfect complement.
While the company’s latest product has all the automotive geeks excited, there is still a lengthy stretch ahead, as Nuro waits for its manufacturing facility in Nevada to get ready.