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SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Hoping to capitalise on a surge in demand for home deliveries, a Singapore technology company has deployed a pair of robots to bring residents their groceries in one part of the city state. Developed by OTSAW Digital and both named “Camello”, the robots’ services have been offered to 700 households in a one-year trial. For the time being, staff accompany the robots on their rounds to ensure no problems arise. I don’t think they (the older generation) will, because these are gadgets that younger people like,” said 36-year-old housewife Xue Ya Xin. (Writing by Ed Davies; editing by John Stonestreet)Related article: SPOT, the robot dog, politely enforces social distancing in Singapore
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