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PepsiCo launched a self-driving "snack robot" to American universities

PepsiCo has become the first major food and beverage company in the United States to use snack-delivery robots because its self-driving snack snack robots began operating at Pacific University today.China Ice Cream Scooptrading company




The snack robot, in collaboration with Bay-area technology company Robby Technologies, will provide food and beverage products for the company's Hello Goodness portfolio to students on campus, such as Baked Lays Chips, Lifewtr and Starbucks Cold Brew Coffee.

Students on campus can order food and beverages from 9 am to 5 pm through the Snack Machine app, and then the automated robots deliver the snacks to one of more than 50 locations on the 175-acre campus. China French Coffee Press company




Pepsi has a unique opportunity to better serve today's ambitious undergraduates by combining the power of the Hello Goodness portfolio with our expertise in design and equipment innovation.

It can run between three to five snack robots at any time, each robot can travel 20 miles on a single charge, equipped with a camera and headlights, can be observed and navigated in the dark or rain, and all - wheel drive capability can Handles obstacles such as curbs and steep slopes.China Measuring Spoon factory




PepsiCo said that the success of the snack machine is based on the success of its Hello Goodness vending platform, providing convenient, user-friendly solutions for college students seeking to go out instead of sitting down, because their schedules are getting busier.

Scott Finlow, vice president of innovation and insight at PepsiCo Foodservice, said: "We are delighted to launch our Hello Goodness automatic delivery snack robot and rethink university snacks for the future.

“Pepsi has a unique opportunity to better serve today's ambitious undergraduates by combining the power of the Hello Goodness portfolio with our expertise in design and equipment innovation.”

Matt Camino, Director of E-Commerce at Pacific University Stockton added: "We are delighted to welcome the snack bar to our campus, as well as the convenience and nourishment options.

“The innovative technology of PepsiCo is improving the campus life for our students, faculty, staff and faculty. They have accepted the new snacks of PepsiCo.”