Pass, a local startup, is testing delivery robots in Msheireb. Founded in 2021, Pass helps Qatari residents and locals solve peer-to-peer delivery needs via its "innovative" smartphone application available on both the Apple and Android platforms. Pass's strategic collaboration with PEYK, a British delivery platform, allows them to bring their expertise and technology from the UK to Qatar. In a statement, Pass said it has always focused on delivering products with the least carbon footprint possible. Through its partnership with PEYK, Pass is bringing short-distance autonomous deliveries to Qatar with the help of robots. As of now, these robots are being tested in Msherieb, the "perfect location for such smart, autonomous deliveries". The robot weighs about 50kg and has a length of 1m and width of 45cm. With advanced machine learning and artificial intelligence technology, the device is more efficient in terms of battery consumption and speed, the statement notes. The company's goal is to have a significant number of zero-carbon deliveries by the end of 2023.
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