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Domino’s and Ford Are Testing Self-Driving Pizza Delivery Vehicles

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Give a nice tip to your delivery boy while you still can

If you live in Ann Arbor, Michigan, listen up: Domino’s is testing new self-driving Ford vehicles to deliver your pizza. Over the next several weeks, select customers will receive delicious pies from a “Ford Fusion Autonomous Research Vehicle” closely monitored by researchers and a Ford safety engineer, according to a statement.

The delivery boy-less car can be tracked through GPS on an upgraded version of Domino’s Tracker. When it pulls into your driveway or up to the curb, you must emerge from your home and punch in a code —the last four digits of the phone number used to place the order — to unlock the vehicle’s heat-wave compartment where your pizza awaits.

“We’re interested to learn what people think about this type of delivery,” said Russell Weiner, Domino’s U.S. president. “The majority of our questions are about the last 50 feet of the delivery experience. For instance, how will customers react to coming outside to get their food?”

As always, the internet is divided on the subject. Georgia Sugarbaker is clearly stoked, saying, “Very cool!!! Wow! It’s like something from The Jetsons.” On the other hand, Ryan Tucker is not. He writes, “Get rid of more jobs, great idea” followed by an emoji rolling its eyes.

Twitter user @ImaPaleEgg is excited to save money. He writes, “I’m down for this. No more tipping drivers. As long as it’s safe for kids in busy neighborhoods, let’s get it.”

If all goes swimmingly, Ford plans to begin large-scale production of self-driving vehicles in 2021. It’s quite possible that more of America’s 35 favorite pizza chains could follow Domino’s lead.


Domino's, Ford Test Pizza Delivery Using Self-Driving Vehicle

Domino's Pizza and Ford Motor Co. are partnering to try using a self-driving vehicle in pizza delivery.

The testing will take place in Ann Arbor, Mich., home to Domino&rsquos and 30 miles west of Ford&rsquos headquarters in Dearborn.

Over the next several weeks, randomly selected Domino&rsquos customers will have the opportunity to receive their delivery order from a Ford Fusion Hybrid Autonomous Research Vehicle, which will be manually driven by a Ford safety engineer and staffed with researchers. The appearance to consumers will be that it's driverless.

Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino&rsquos Tracker. They will also receive text messages as the self-driving vehicle approaches that will guide them on how to retrieve their pizza using a unique code to unlock the Domino&rsquos Heatwave Compartment inside the vehicle.

As part of the testing, researchers from both companies will observe customer reactions to interacting with a self-driving vehicle as a part of their delivery experience.

Up until now, the focus of self-driving cars has largely been on the technology, says Michelle Krebs, executive analyst, Autotrader.

&ldquoBut, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people&rsquos lives,&rdquo Krebs says. &ldquoThrough the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interface of self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology&rsquos success.&rdquo

This is the first step in an ongoing process of testing that Domino&rsquos plans to undertake with Ford, according to Domino&rsquos.

With a plan to begin production of self-driving vehicles in 2021, Ford is hoping to build a business to meet the needs of both partner companies and their customers.

"Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino’s Tracker"

How pathetic is your life , that you need to follow a $12.99 pizza on your smartphone screen driving through streets?

“But, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people’s lives,” Krebs says. “Through the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interfaceof self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology’s success.”

Is that the "human-machine " sad face of the student working his way through college by depending on the tips from delivering pizzas not having a job anymore? or the sad-face of a guy working a second job delivering pies to help pay his rent, now looking for another part time job? is that the "improvement" of their lives Krebs is speaking?
Krebs, you're a MORON. Get your face out of your smartphone for 10 seconds and figure out that once you robotize everything, how do people earn a living to even order the $12.99 pie? your "measure" here is ZERO because you can't see past the phone screen.


Domino's, Ford Test Pizza Delivery Using Self-Driving Vehicle

Domino's Pizza and Ford Motor Co. are partnering to try using a self-driving vehicle in pizza delivery.

The testing will take place in Ann Arbor, Mich., home to Domino&rsquos and 30 miles west of Ford&rsquos headquarters in Dearborn.

Over the next several weeks, randomly selected Domino&rsquos customers will have the opportunity to receive their delivery order from a Ford Fusion Hybrid Autonomous Research Vehicle, which will be manually driven by a Ford safety engineer and staffed with researchers. The appearance to consumers will be that it's driverless.

Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino&rsquos Tracker. They will also receive text messages as the self-driving vehicle approaches that will guide them on how to retrieve their pizza using a unique code to unlock the Domino&rsquos Heatwave Compartment inside the vehicle.

As part of the testing, researchers from both companies will observe customer reactions to interacting with a self-driving vehicle as a part of their delivery experience.

Up until now, the focus of self-driving cars has largely been on the technology, says Michelle Krebs, executive analyst, Autotrader.

&ldquoBut, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people&rsquos lives,&rdquo Krebs says. &ldquoThrough the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interface of self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology&rsquos success.&rdquo

This is the first step in an ongoing process of testing that Domino&rsquos plans to undertake with Ford, according to Domino&rsquos.

With a plan to begin production of self-driving vehicles in 2021, Ford is hoping to build a business to meet the needs of both partner companies and their customers.

"Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino’s Tracker"

How pathetic is your life , that you need to follow a $12.99 pizza on your smartphone screen driving through streets?

“But, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people’s lives,” Krebs says. “Through the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interfaceof self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology’s success.”

Is that the "human-machine " sad face of the student working his way through college by depending on the tips from delivering pizzas not having a job anymore? or the sad-face of a guy working a second job delivering pies to help pay his rent, now looking for another part time job? is that the "improvement" of their lives Krebs is speaking?
Krebs, you're a MORON. Get your face out of your smartphone for 10 seconds and figure out that once you robotize everything, how do people earn a living to even order the $12.99 pie? your "measure" here is ZERO because you can't see past the phone screen.


Domino's, Ford Test Pizza Delivery Using Self-Driving Vehicle

Domino's Pizza and Ford Motor Co. are partnering to try using a self-driving vehicle in pizza delivery.

The testing will take place in Ann Arbor, Mich., home to Domino&rsquos and 30 miles west of Ford&rsquos headquarters in Dearborn.

Over the next several weeks, randomly selected Domino&rsquos customers will have the opportunity to receive their delivery order from a Ford Fusion Hybrid Autonomous Research Vehicle, which will be manually driven by a Ford safety engineer and staffed with researchers. The appearance to consumers will be that it's driverless.

Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino&rsquos Tracker. They will also receive text messages as the self-driving vehicle approaches that will guide them on how to retrieve their pizza using a unique code to unlock the Domino&rsquos Heatwave Compartment inside the vehicle.

As part of the testing, researchers from both companies will observe customer reactions to interacting with a self-driving vehicle as a part of their delivery experience.

Up until now, the focus of self-driving cars has largely been on the technology, says Michelle Krebs, executive analyst, Autotrader.

&ldquoBut, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people&rsquos lives,&rdquo Krebs says. &ldquoThrough the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interface of self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology&rsquos success.&rdquo

This is the first step in an ongoing process of testing that Domino&rsquos plans to undertake with Ford, according to Domino&rsquos.

With a plan to begin production of self-driving vehicles in 2021, Ford is hoping to build a business to meet the needs of both partner companies and their customers.

"Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino’s Tracker"

How pathetic is your life , that you need to follow a $12.99 pizza on your smartphone screen driving through streets?

“But, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people’s lives,” Krebs says. “Through the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interfaceof self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology’s success.”

Is that the "human-machine " sad face of the student working his way through college by depending on the tips from delivering pizzas not having a job anymore? or the sad-face of a guy working a second job delivering pies to help pay his rent, now looking for another part time job? is that the "improvement" of their lives Krebs is speaking?
Krebs, you're a MORON. Get your face out of your smartphone for 10 seconds and figure out that once you robotize everything, how do people earn a living to even order the $12.99 pie? your "measure" here is ZERO because you can't see past the phone screen.


Domino's, Ford Test Pizza Delivery Using Self-Driving Vehicle

Domino's Pizza and Ford Motor Co. are partnering to try using a self-driving vehicle in pizza delivery.

The testing will take place in Ann Arbor, Mich., home to Domino&rsquos and 30 miles west of Ford&rsquos headquarters in Dearborn.

Over the next several weeks, randomly selected Domino&rsquos customers will have the opportunity to receive their delivery order from a Ford Fusion Hybrid Autonomous Research Vehicle, which will be manually driven by a Ford safety engineer and staffed with researchers. The appearance to consumers will be that it's driverless.

Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino&rsquos Tracker. They will also receive text messages as the self-driving vehicle approaches that will guide them on how to retrieve their pizza using a unique code to unlock the Domino&rsquos Heatwave Compartment inside the vehicle.

As part of the testing, researchers from both companies will observe customer reactions to interacting with a self-driving vehicle as a part of their delivery experience.

Up until now, the focus of self-driving cars has largely been on the technology, says Michelle Krebs, executive analyst, Autotrader.

&ldquoBut, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people&rsquos lives,&rdquo Krebs says. &ldquoThrough the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interface of self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology&rsquos success.&rdquo

This is the first step in an ongoing process of testing that Domino&rsquos plans to undertake with Ford, according to Domino&rsquos.

With a plan to begin production of self-driving vehicles in 2021, Ford is hoping to build a business to meet the needs of both partner companies and their customers.

"Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino’s Tracker"

How pathetic is your life , that you need to follow a $12.99 pizza on your smartphone screen driving through streets?

“But, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people’s lives,” Krebs says. “Through the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interfaceof self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology’s success.”

Is that the "human-machine " sad face of the student working his way through college by depending on the tips from delivering pizzas not having a job anymore? or the sad-face of a guy working a second job delivering pies to help pay his rent, now looking for another part time job? is that the "improvement" of their lives Krebs is speaking?
Krebs, you're a MORON. Get your face out of your smartphone for 10 seconds and figure out that once you robotize everything, how do people earn a living to even order the $12.99 pie? your "measure" here is ZERO because you can't see past the phone screen.


Domino's, Ford Test Pizza Delivery Using Self-Driving Vehicle

Domino's Pizza and Ford Motor Co. are partnering to try using a self-driving vehicle in pizza delivery.

The testing will take place in Ann Arbor, Mich., home to Domino&rsquos and 30 miles west of Ford&rsquos headquarters in Dearborn.

Over the next several weeks, randomly selected Domino&rsquos customers will have the opportunity to receive their delivery order from a Ford Fusion Hybrid Autonomous Research Vehicle, which will be manually driven by a Ford safety engineer and staffed with researchers. The appearance to consumers will be that it's driverless.

Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino&rsquos Tracker. They will also receive text messages as the self-driving vehicle approaches that will guide them on how to retrieve their pizza using a unique code to unlock the Domino&rsquos Heatwave Compartment inside the vehicle.

As part of the testing, researchers from both companies will observe customer reactions to interacting with a self-driving vehicle as a part of their delivery experience.

Up until now, the focus of self-driving cars has largely been on the technology, says Michelle Krebs, executive analyst, Autotrader.

&ldquoBut, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people&rsquos lives,&rdquo Krebs says. &ldquoThrough the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interface of self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology&rsquos success.&rdquo

This is the first step in an ongoing process of testing that Domino&rsquos plans to undertake with Ford, according to Domino&rsquos.

With a plan to begin production of self-driving vehicles in 2021, Ford is hoping to build a business to meet the needs of both partner companies and their customers.

"Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino’s Tracker"

How pathetic is your life , that you need to follow a $12.99 pizza on your smartphone screen driving through streets?

“But, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people’s lives,” Krebs says. “Through the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interfaceof self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology’s success.”

Is that the "human-machine " sad face of the student working his way through college by depending on the tips from delivering pizzas not having a job anymore? or the sad-face of a guy working a second job delivering pies to help pay his rent, now looking for another part time job? is that the "improvement" of their lives Krebs is speaking?
Krebs, you're a MORON. Get your face out of your smartphone for 10 seconds and figure out that once you robotize everything, how do people earn a living to even order the $12.99 pie? your "measure" here is ZERO because you can't see past the phone screen.


Domino's, Ford Test Pizza Delivery Using Self-Driving Vehicle

Domino's Pizza and Ford Motor Co. are partnering to try using a self-driving vehicle in pizza delivery.

The testing will take place in Ann Arbor, Mich., home to Domino&rsquos and 30 miles west of Ford&rsquos headquarters in Dearborn.

Over the next several weeks, randomly selected Domino&rsquos customers will have the opportunity to receive their delivery order from a Ford Fusion Hybrid Autonomous Research Vehicle, which will be manually driven by a Ford safety engineer and staffed with researchers. The appearance to consumers will be that it's driverless.

Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino&rsquos Tracker. They will also receive text messages as the self-driving vehicle approaches that will guide them on how to retrieve their pizza using a unique code to unlock the Domino&rsquos Heatwave Compartment inside the vehicle.

As part of the testing, researchers from both companies will observe customer reactions to interacting with a self-driving vehicle as a part of their delivery experience.

Up until now, the focus of self-driving cars has largely been on the technology, says Michelle Krebs, executive analyst, Autotrader.

&ldquoBut, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people&rsquos lives,&rdquo Krebs says. &ldquoThrough the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interface of self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology&rsquos success.&rdquo

This is the first step in an ongoing process of testing that Domino&rsquos plans to undertake with Ford, according to Domino&rsquos.

With a plan to begin production of self-driving vehicles in 2021, Ford is hoping to build a business to meet the needs of both partner companies and their customers.

"Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino’s Tracker"

How pathetic is your life , that you need to follow a $12.99 pizza on your smartphone screen driving through streets?

“But, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people’s lives,” Krebs says. “Through the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interfaceof self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology’s success.”

Is that the "human-machine " sad face of the student working his way through college by depending on the tips from delivering pizzas not having a job anymore? or the sad-face of a guy working a second job delivering pies to help pay his rent, now looking for another part time job? is that the "improvement" of their lives Krebs is speaking?
Krebs, you're a MORON. Get your face out of your smartphone for 10 seconds and figure out that once you robotize everything, how do people earn a living to even order the $12.99 pie? your "measure" here is ZERO because you can't see past the phone screen.


Domino's, Ford Test Pizza Delivery Using Self-Driving Vehicle

Domino's Pizza and Ford Motor Co. are partnering to try using a self-driving vehicle in pizza delivery.

The testing will take place in Ann Arbor, Mich., home to Domino&rsquos and 30 miles west of Ford&rsquos headquarters in Dearborn.

Over the next several weeks, randomly selected Domino&rsquos customers will have the opportunity to receive their delivery order from a Ford Fusion Hybrid Autonomous Research Vehicle, which will be manually driven by a Ford safety engineer and staffed with researchers. The appearance to consumers will be that it's driverless.

Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino&rsquos Tracker. They will also receive text messages as the self-driving vehicle approaches that will guide them on how to retrieve their pizza using a unique code to unlock the Domino&rsquos Heatwave Compartment inside the vehicle.

As part of the testing, researchers from both companies will observe customer reactions to interacting with a self-driving vehicle as a part of their delivery experience.

Up until now, the focus of self-driving cars has largely been on the technology, says Michelle Krebs, executive analyst, Autotrader.

&ldquoBut, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people&rsquos lives,&rdquo Krebs says. &ldquoThrough the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interface of self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology&rsquos success.&rdquo

This is the first step in an ongoing process of testing that Domino&rsquos plans to undertake with Ford, according to Domino&rsquos.

With a plan to begin production of self-driving vehicles in 2021, Ford is hoping to build a business to meet the needs of both partner companies and their customers.

"Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino’s Tracker"

How pathetic is your life , that you need to follow a $12.99 pizza on your smartphone screen driving through streets?

“But, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people’s lives,” Krebs says. “Through the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interfaceof self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology’s success.”

Is that the "human-machine " sad face of the student working his way through college by depending on the tips from delivering pizzas not having a job anymore? or the sad-face of a guy working a second job delivering pies to help pay his rent, now looking for another part time job? is that the "improvement" of their lives Krebs is speaking?
Krebs, you're a MORON. Get your face out of your smartphone for 10 seconds and figure out that once you robotize everything, how do people earn a living to even order the $12.99 pie? your "measure" here is ZERO because you can't see past the phone screen.


Domino's, Ford Test Pizza Delivery Using Self-Driving Vehicle

Domino's Pizza and Ford Motor Co. are partnering to try using a self-driving vehicle in pizza delivery.

The testing will take place in Ann Arbor, Mich., home to Domino&rsquos and 30 miles west of Ford&rsquos headquarters in Dearborn.

Over the next several weeks, randomly selected Domino&rsquos customers will have the opportunity to receive their delivery order from a Ford Fusion Hybrid Autonomous Research Vehicle, which will be manually driven by a Ford safety engineer and staffed with researchers. The appearance to consumers will be that it's driverless.

Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino&rsquos Tracker. They will also receive text messages as the self-driving vehicle approaches that will guide them on how to retrieve their pizza using a unique code to unlock the Domino&rsquos Heatwave Compartment inside the vehicle.

As part of the testing, researchers from both companies will observe customer reactions to interacting with a self-driving vehicle as a part of their delivery experience.

Up until now, the focus of self-driving cars has largely been on the technology, says Michelle Krebs, executive analyst, Autotrader.

&ldquoBut, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people&rsquos lives,&rdquo Krebs says. &ldquoThrough the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interface of self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology&rsquos success.&rdquo

This is the first step in an ongoing process of testing that Domino&rsquos plans to undertake with Ford, according to Domino&rsquos.

With a plan to begin production of self-driving vehicles in 2021, Ford is hoping to build a business to meet the needs of both partner companies and their customers.

"Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino’s Tracker"

How pathetic is your life , that you need to follow a $12.99 pizza on your smartphone screen driving through streets?

“But, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people’s lives,” Krebs says. “Through the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interfaceof self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology’s success.”

Is that the "human-machine " sad face of the student working his way through college by depending on the tips from delivering pizzas not having a job anymore? or the sad-face of a guy working a second job delivering pies to help pay his rent, now looking for another part time job? is that the "improvement" of their lives Krebs is speaking?
Krebs, you're a MORON. Get your face out of your smartphone for 10 seconds and figure out that once you robotize everything, how do people earn a living to even order the $12.99 pie? your "measure" here is ZERO because you can't see past the phone screen.


Domino's, Ford Test Pizza Delivery Using Self-Driving Vehicle

Domino's Pizza and Ford Motor Co. are partnering to try using a self-driving vehicle in pizza delivery.

The testing will take place in Ann Arbor, Mich., home to Domino&rsquos and 30 miles west of Ford&rsquos headquarters in Dearborn.

Over the next several weeks, randomly selected Domino&rsquos customers will have the opportunity to receive their delivery order from a Ford Fusion Hybrid Autonomous Research Vehicle, which will be manually driven by a Ford safety engineer and staffed with researchers. The appearance to consumers will be that it's driverless.

Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino&rsquos Tracker. They will also receive text messages as the self-driving vehicle approaches that will guide them on how to retrieve their pizza using a unique code to unlock the Domino&rsquos Heatwave Compartment inside the vehicle.

As part of the testing, researchers from both companies will observe customer reactions to interacting with a self-driving vehicle as a part of their delivery experience.

Up until now, the focus of self-driving cars has largely been on the technology, says Michelle Krebs, executive analyst, Autotrader.

&ldquoBut, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people&rsquos lives,&rdquo Krebs says. &ldquoThrough the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interface of self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology&rsquos success.&rdquo

This is the first step in an ongoing process of testing that Domino&rsquos plans to undertake with Ford, according to Domino&rsquos.

With a plan to begin production of self-driving vehicles in 2021, Ford is hoping to build a business to meet the needs of both partner companies and their customers.

"Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino’s Tracker"

How pathetic is your life , that you need to follow a $12.99 pizza on your smartphone screen driving through streets?

“But, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people’s lives,” Krebs says. “Through the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interfaceof self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology’s success.”

Is that the "human-machine " sad face of the student working his way through college by depending on the tips from delivering pizzas not having a job anymore? or the sad-face of a guy working a second job delivering pies to help pay his rent, now looking for another part time job? is that the "improvement" of their lives Krebs is speaking?
Krebs, you're a MORON. Get your face out of your smartphone for 10 seconds and figure out that once you robotize everything, how do people earn a living to even order the $12.99 pie? your "measure" here is ZERO because you can't see past the phone screen.


Domino's, Ford Test Pizza Delivery Using Self-Driving Vehicle

Domino's Pizza and Ford Motor Co. are partnering to try using a self-driving vehicle in pizza delivery.

The testing will take place in Ann Arbor, Mich., home to Domino&rsquos and 30 miles west of Ford&rsquos headquarters in Dearborn.

Over the next several weeks, randomly selected Domino&rsquos customers will have the opportunity to receive their delivery order from a Ford Fusion Hybrid Autonomous Research Vehicle, which will be manually driven by a Ford safety engineer and staffed with researchers. The appearance to consumers will be that it's driverless.

Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino&rsquos Tracker. They will also receive text messages as the self-driving vehicle approaches that will guide them on how to retrieve their pizza using a unique code to unlock the Domino&rsquos Heatwave Compartment inside the vehicle.

As part of the testing, researchers from both companies will observe customer reactions to interacting with a self-driving vehicle as a part of their delivery experience.

Up until now, the focus of self-driving cars has largely been on the technology, says Michelle Krebs, executive analyst, Autotrader.

&ldquoBut, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people&rsquos lives,&rdquo Krebs says. &ldquoThrough the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interface of self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology&rsquos success.&rdquo

This is the first step in an ongoing process of testing that Domino&rsquos plans to undertake with Ford, according to Domino&rsquos.

With a plan to begin production of self-driving vehicles in 2021, Ford is hoping to build a business to meet the needs of both partner companies and their customers.

"Customers who agree to participate will be able to track the delivery vehicle through GPS using an upgraded version of Domino’s Tracker"

How pathetic is your life , that you need to follow a $12.99 pizza on your smartphone screen driving through streets?

“But, ultimately, self-driving vehicles must improve people’s lives,” Krebs says. “Through the seemingly mundane business of pizza delivery, Ford and Domino's will explore the human-machine interfaceof self-driving vehicles, which ultimately could be the most important measure of the technology’s success.”

Is that the "human-machine " sad face of the student working his way through college by depending on the tips from delivering pizzas not having a job anymore? or the sad-face of a guy working a second job delivering pies to help pay his rent, now looking for another part time job? is that the "improvement" of their lives Krebs is speaking?
Krebs, you're a MORON. Get your face out of your smartphone for 10 seconds and figure out that once you robotize everything, how do people earn a living to even order the $12.99 pie? your "measure" here is ZERO because you can't see past the phone screen.


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