The coronavirus outbreak may be a turning point for unmanned delivery applications in China, which have remained limited despite widespread attention.
Previously farfetched unmanned technologies are finding real use cases as China adapts to all-remote life. Some will stay with us.
UPS launched its self-driving service in May, with a driver and engineer monitoring behind the wheel.
There have been numerous startups and companies that went bust or transitioned to a different business model.
Futuristic FlyZoo marks Alibaba’s step into consumer-driven IoT services.
Feihong 98 will proceed into mass production and scalable applications after it receives tech qualifications.
Chinese ecommerce giant JD has announced the opening of unmanned store JD.ID X-Mart in Jakarta, Indonesia. The JD.ID X-Mart is said to be the first ever unmanned store in the South East Asian country. This also marks JD’s first attempt to bring its unmanned store technology overseas. The new unmanned store sells everything ranging from fashion and […]