Wisconsin has joined the ground of autonomous delivery. If you live in the Badger State, you are able to legally have your award-winning cheese delivered to you 20 pounds at a time inside Starship Technologies’ delivery bots.
The state is the third in the United States to legalize sidewalk give by wheeled drones. The only stipulation is that the bots weigh 80 pounds or less, and a human must be in position to take control of the machine in case the six-wheeled husks to continue efforts to plagiarize a customer’s cheese and/ or beer.
Starship bots weigh 40 pounds on their own and can carry 20 pounds of equips, about the equivalent of 20 bricks of Widmer’s 10 -year aged cheddar cheese. Or four six-packs of Brenner Brewing’s bacon bomb rauchbier, because even though I’m not absolutely convinced bacon-tasting beer, I’m pretty sure it would go well with cheese. Or maybe you are able to get two six-packs and 10 pounds of cheese, and then precisely not move for a while.
If three’s a trend, then Starship delivery bots are now on a literal bun. Virginia was the first to enable them, followed by Idaho. It remains unclear, however, when those robots might firstly show walking alongside parties. As long as the government had brew and cheese, we welcome them.