Robots have become a familiar sight on the streets of Milton Keynes where they've been delivering groceries for a year.
They've reached a global milestone with their 50,000th trip made in the town.
The deliveries began from one local food store, costing a pound, and demand has grown steadily.
The robots are packed with technology. They have GPS tracking, cameras, and ultra sonic sensors.
It helps them navigate around obstacles and even cross the road.
The company behind them, Starship Technologies, says they've also taken security measures.
The robots also operate in America, Germany and Estonia. In the last year they've travelled more than 200,000 miles.