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Serve Robotics expands delivery services into Koreatown in LA; extends LiDAR supply agreement with Ouster
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Last-mile Delivery Automation

Last-mile Delivery Automation

Jun 27, 2024

Serve Robotics expands delivery services into Koreatown in LA; extends LiDAR supply agreement with Ouster

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  • Serve Robotics, a company offering droid-based delivery services, has expanded its delivery operations into Koreatown, Los Angeles, as part of its plan to broaden its geographic reach across the US.

  •  The company has also signed an expanded LiDAR supply agreement with Ouster, a LiDAR technology company, to equip its robots with Ouster's new REV7 sensors. The company anticipates deploying up to 2,000 robots on the Uber Eats platform across multiple US markets in 2025.

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