Why we’re excited to be part of the Kroger Kroger Truck Co. team
Kroger is excited to have a Kroger truck team in its ranks.
The trucking company has been a member of the Robotics Institute since 2003, and will now join the Kroker Truck Co., the company announced today.
Kroger will partner with the Robotics Lab to create an on-demand robot delivery service.
The robotics lab, which is based at Carnegie Mellon University, will work on a program that allows drivers to order groceries via a smartphone.
The robot will then pick up the grocery, drive it to the grocery store and deliver it to customers.
The Kroger team is responsible for developing the RoboChecks platform, a software platform that automates the delivery of food.
Kroer is also working with partners to help improve the technology.
The robotic trucking team will be led by the company’s CEO, Todd Caudill, a veteran of a number of robotics projects, including the company-owned RoboMatic, the company said.
The RoboCheks platform is designed to make it easier for grocery companies to make on-the-go deliveries.
Kroers robotic truck also will be able to carry more than 4,000 pounds.
Kroenke’s team will work closely with Kroger’s Food Delivery, Grocery, and Grocery Care and Supply Chain, or FDCC, to develop new ways for grocery delivery companies to automate and reduce their delivery costs.
The RoboCheck platform is part of Krogers commitment to improving its delivery delivery services.
Krober previously had a robotic truck that delivered groceries to a grocery store, and Kroger said it was developing an on demand robot truck that delivers groceries to restaurants and retail stores.
Kropper’s RoboChek delivery service is expected to begin in 2018, and is expected deliver about 1.5 million grocery orders annually.