The Final Piece of the Online Grocery Puzzle
Robotics startup Myrmex recently announced plans to launch their fully automated grocery pickup system to the mass market. Boosted by the platform's innovative, patented design, the company has already received a great deal of attention from top EU industry players and is poised to make a significant disruption.
"Customers are increasingly looking digital in the quest for greater grocery shopping convenience," insisted Founder Ioannis Kanellos. "Myrmex goes a step further by leveraging the power of mobile robotic units and arm manipulators to deliver online orders faster than ever."
The past decade has been ripe with innovations that seek to create a better experience for the grocery shopper. What started with platforms like Shipt, Instacart and AmazonFresh has since evolved into ...
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