Now this is a technological advancement we can get behind. Domino's Pizza has announced it will begin trials with the first-ever food-delivery robots in New Zealand.
They're calling the hi-tech driverless droids DRU, for Domino's Robotic Unit. It's about three-feet high and holds up to 10 pizzas in a heated compartment, according to Yahoo News.
Check out DRU in action in this video Domino's New Zealand posted on Facebook:
To avoid random people popping the top off DRU for a snack when they see it driving down the sidewalk, customers will get a code when they order, which they will enter into a keypad to unlock the pizza compartment, according to Yahoo News. New Zealand's government is reportedly totally on board with the robots, but no trial date has been set yet.
"DRU is cheeky and endearing and we are confident that one day he will become an integral part of the Domino's family," the chain's New Zealand general manager Scott Bush told the outlet. "He's a road to the future and one that we are very excited about exploring further."
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