Domino’s delivery drivers may want to start looking for work elsewhere.
The pizza company has partnered with robotics firm Nuro to autonomously distribute dinner—no human-to-human eye contact necessary, Geek.com reports.
Using the next-gen unmanned R2 vehicle, Domino’s expects to start serving select Houston customers “later this year.”
“We are always looking for new ways to innovate and evolve the delivery experience for our customers,” Domino’s Executive Vice President Kevin Vasconi said in a statement.
“The opportunity to bring our customers the choice of an unmanned delivery experience—and our operators an additional delivery solution during a busy store rush—is an important part of our autonomous vehicle testing.”
Lucky folks who order online from a participating pizza shop can opt in to Nuro’s autonomous delivery and track the car from Domino’s to your door.
Once the wheeled pod arrives, simply enter a unique PIN to retrieve your food from the storage compartment—hopefully before the neighbors spy your fluffy bunny slippers.