Uber Eats unrolled a pilot program this week that uses robots to deliver select restaurant orders in West Hollywood.
Users who are WeHo residents can opt in to the have their deliveries brought to them by a robot or autonomous car with Level 4 autonomy.
When it arrives, you’ll get a notification containing a code. You use the code to unlock the robot or car, and then scoop up your items. West Hollywood is the first city in a planned nationwide rollout of the technology.
“Integrating autonomous, electric delivery options onto our platform from Motional and Serve Robotics is just the beginning of how we will harness this promising technology,” said Noah Zych, global GM for Uber’s autonomous mobility and delivery business, in a statement.
No word on which restaurants or how many cars/robots yet.