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Serve Robotics and Uber Expand Partnership to Bring Robotic Delivery to Uber Eats

Serve Robotics, the leading autonomous sidewalk delivery company, announced a partnership with Uber Technologies, Inc., the world’s largest food delivery and ridesharing platform. The on-demand robotic delivery service will be available to Uber Eats customers starting in Los Angeles early next year.

Serve Robotics is shaping the future of sustainable, self-driving delivery. Founded in 2017 as the robotics division of Postmates, Serve is now an independent company on a mission to make delivery more affordable, sustainable and accessible for everyone. Guided by its proprietary autonomous technology, the company’s self-driving robots have successfully completed tens of thousands of contactless deliveries in major U.S. cities. Serve is backed by Uber, alongside other leading investors.

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“Serve Robotics is looking forward to delivering great convenience for Uber Eats merchants and customers,” said Dr. Ali Kashani, co-founder and CEO of Serve Robotics. “Uber is our first commercial partner and will be a strong source of demand for us as we use contactless delivery to power community commerce at scale.”

“We are excited to partner with Serve Robotics to test a new kind of delivery in Los Angeles, that’s safe, reliable and environmentally friendly,” said Sarfraz Maredia, VP and Head of Uber Eats in the US & Canada. “We’re always looking for ways to better serve merchants and consumers, which is why we’re working with the team at Serve to explore the potential of this technology.”

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