Coco’s Restaurant Delivery Bots Are Heading to Warmer Weather Cities

Deepak Gupta February 8, 2022
Updated 2022/02/08 at 11:28 PM

Coco, a company that offers remote control, has expanded beyond its Los Angeles headquarters for the first time. The service is now available in Austin as it begins to roll out across the country. Poop plans to bring their robots to Dallas, Houston and Miami in the coming months.

The company it says its service, which debuted in 2020, now has hundreds of delivery robots on the streets of LA, covering every major neighborhood in the city. Coco claims to reduce costs and deliver food to customers 30% faster than traditional methods, with a 97% on-time delivery rate. It partnered with 10 Austin restaurants and chains early on and will be offering deliveries to South Lamar, South Congress, South Austin, Downtown, Northside, North Loop and Domain neighborhoods since the jump.

Other robot delivery services – such as , (a former division of Postmates) and – have taken the autonomous driving approach. Coco’s robots, on the other hand, are by employees working from home.

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