The Covid-19 pandemic has broadened the use case for food and grocery delivery services, and enhanced their value proposition. The same can be said for autonomous food and grocery delivery, but significant, business, technological, social and political challenges remain which the accelerative effects of the Covid-19 pandemic do not ameliorate.
Speeding up the supply chain for first-and-last-mile deliveries will be major focus, report suggests.
Enormous opportunities exist for companies looking to improve efficiencies and save money on customer delivery.
Last-mile delivery robot company continues to expand its offerings on college campuses across the U.S.
Autonomous delivery service company plans to expand to 100 university campuses in next 24 months.
Cross-functional teams will collaborate on innovation projects that include robotics and autonomous vehicles.
E-commerce leader’s small blue mobile robots expected to make package deliveries in Irvine, California.
Cellular connectivity and powerful computing key for successful drone delivery test.
Serve autonomous delivery robots set for Los Angeles deployment later this year.
Select Houston customers who order online can receive their pizzas via unmanned vehicle.
Automated local hubs and street-level vehicles to deliver packages more safely.
Testing of FedEx’s SameDay Bot for pizza scheduled to hit the streets in summer 2019.
More than 25 mobile robots are ready to serve campus community with food and beverage delivery.
Collaboration between U.K. charity and delivery robot firm Starship examines impact of sidewalk interactions between dogs and robots.
No driver, no passengers, just groceries for service available in Scottsdale, Ariz.
Robot named ‘Serve’ includes a rover-human interface for deliveries.
Service offers way for customers to avoid last-mile problems such as missed deliveries, package theft, or locker visits.
Mobile ground robots add more autonomy to bring packages, groceries, and even laundry to customers.
Medical robots including surgical systems and AI, delivery robots, and commercial drones highlighted the week of robotics and AI investments