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Starship Technologies

Starship Technologies is building robotic platforms designed to revolutionise the local delivery of goods.

Starship Technologies
6 Mitre Passage
Greenwich Peninsula
London, England SE10 0ER
United Kingdom

Starship Technologies is a technology company building fleets of self-driving delivery robots designed to deliver goods locally within 30 minutes.
The robots drive autonomously 99% of the time to make safe and environmentally friendly curb-side deliveries from a local hub.

Launched by Skype co-founders, Starship’s aim is to fundamentally reshape how goods are shipped and delivered, and make local delivery, ultimately, free.


Starship Technologies News, Products & Resources
Delivery Robots Legalized in Virginia
Starting on July 1, 2017, Virginia will allow delivery robots to operate autonomously on crosswalks and sidewalks. The delivery robots can't travel faster than 10 MPH or weigh more than 50 lbs, but the law doesn't require the delivery robots to stay within the visual line of sight of a human operator.

Delivery Robots Knocking at Your Door
The CES 2017 Robotics Conference brought together delivery robot experts to discuss industry trends, the need for continued testing, and how to overcome regulatory and technical challenges. Hear from Steve Cousins, CEO & Founder, Savioke, Ahti Heinla, Co-Founder, CEO, CTO, Starship Technologies, and Helen Greiner, Founder and CTO, CyPhy Works.

Starship Delivery Robots to Start Bringing Food to US Homes
Starship Technologies has announced its first US partnerships, teaming with DoorDash on food delivery tests in Redwood City, Calif. and with Postmates to augment its on-demand courier service in Washington D.C.

2017: A Banner Year for Delivery Robots
2016 was a good year for delivery robots, but 2017 will be even better. From Starship Technologies' ground robot and Savioke's Relay robot and CyPhy Works' drones, delivery robots are coming sooner than you think.

Starship Technologies Raises $17.2M for Delivery Robots
German automaker Daimler AG invests $17.2 million in Starship Technologies, which has been testing its delivery robots in nearly 60 cities worldwide. Starship and Mercedes-Benz, a business unit of Daimler, partnered in September 2016 on a van that will carry Starship robots to pre-agreed locations to load and unload goods and then dispatch the .delivery robots in the final step for on-demand delivery.

Starship Delivery Robot Makes First Fast Food Run
Starship and Just Eat, an online food order and delivery service, delivered a takeout meal to a London resident via robot.

Starship Delivery Robots Find Mothership in Mercedes ‘Robovan’
Starship Technologies and Mercedes-Benz Vans are teaming up on delivery robots with the new Robovan semi-autonomous transportation system. Instead of completing door-to-door delivery, the vans will drive to pre-agreed locations to load and unload goods and then dispatch the Starship delivery robots in the final step for on-demand delivery.

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