Student start-up serves up food deliveries on NTU campus on self-driving robots

The start-up receives about 70 food orders a day, up from eight a day last August. ST PHOTO: TIMOTHY DAVID
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SINGAPORE - A student start-up at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) has developed small self-driving robots that have delivered over 6,000 lunch and dinner orders on the campus in Jurong since June last year, when the circuit breaker ended.

Whizz Mobility, with its eye on the prize of commercialising its product, has been putting its FoodBots - there are five of them now - through the paces.

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