Autonomous Grocery Trucks Roll Into London as Asda, Ocado and Wayve Test Tech

Londoners could have their groceries delivered by autonomous vehicles under plans being trialled in the U.K. capital.

Supermarket giant Asda – once owned by WalmartWMT +0.2% – and delivery specialist Ocado have partnered with technology firm Wayve to explore the potential to use driverless trucks.

Speaking at the Evening Standard’s Plug It In summit, Wayve director of partnerships and business development, Kaity Fischer, said they could become commonplace within the “next decade”.

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