Uber Technologies, Inc (NYSE: UBER) launched pilot food delivery services with autonomous vehicles in two California cities in collaboration with Motional, the self-driving joint venture of Hyundai Motor Co, Ltd (OTC: HYMTF) and Aptiv PLC (NYSE: APTV).
Uber also looked to add electric vehicle charging stations into its global driver app, Reuters reports.
Uber introduced one food delivery service using autonomous cars and a separate pilot using sidewalk robots.
Both the services were available to Uber Eats users in Santa Monica and West Hollywood in California.
Serve Robotics offered Uber's sidewalk robots.
Human operators will actively track the vehicles in both services.
Uber will launch a map of electric vehicle charging stations in its driver app in the U.S. this summer and later worldwide.
Price Action: UBER shares traded lower by 3.16% at $23.62 on the last check Monday.
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