Some pedestrians have already met them: small boxes on wheels that scoot down public sidewalks and cross city streets. Developed to travel from A to B autonomously, these robot rovers (technically known as autonomous ground vehicles or "AGVs") use cameras, GPS and radar to “see" their environment and navigate through it. These robots are the first of what many companies and cities foresee as a wave of inexpensive, high-tech alternatives to car-enabled shopping trips and delivery trucks that contribute to traffic gridlock and pollution. read the rest here

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