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Nuro Unveils Third-Generation Vehicle; Plans to Scale Autonomous Delivery to Millions
January 12, 2022
Nuro's third-generation autonomous delivery vehicle includes enhanced safety, storage, and sustainability features, as it expands manufacturing and U.S. deployments.
Hyundai and Boston Dynamics Discuss Metamobility Concept at CES 2022
January 6, 2022
Hyundai said a combination of its modular mobile platforms, Boston Dynamics' legged robots, and virtual reality will change the transportation of goods and people.
Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions to Develop Delivery Robot on Security Platform
December 20, 2021
Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions, or AITX, is working on creating a delivery robot based on its ROAMEO platform through its Robotic Assistance Devices unit.
Nuro and 7-Eleven Launch Commercial Autonomous Delivery Service in California
December 2, 2021
Nuro credited regulatory approvals from California for enabling it to partner with 7-Eleven to offer autonomous deliveries with its custom Priuses and R2 robots in Mountain View.
Flytrex Raises Series C Funding to Expand Rapid Drone Delivery Across the U.S.
November 19, 2021
Flytrex, which has been testing rapid drone-delivery services in Iceland and North Carolina, has raised funding to scale up its operations and expand across the U.S.
Top Three Trends With the Current Iteration of Robotics
October 4, 2021
CEO and Founder of RIOS, where he leads a team focused on solving the last mile automation in the factory with dexterous, AI-powered robots.
Robots Deliver in the Last Mile, Giving Retailers and Patrons More Options
September 11, 2021
Last-mile logistics was once thought of as too complex to automate, but here are three companies that are tackling the problem with robotic delivery serivces.
Automating the ‘Last Mile’ in Factories with Dexterous AI-Powered Robots
September 10, 2021
Despite pushing manufacturing and factories to be more automated, they are still currently very labor-driven, and unfortunately the labor shortage is real.
Nespresso Pilots Drone Deliveries in Israel With Airwayz, SkylinX, and FlytechIL
August 25, 2021
In the Tel Aviv-Jaffa corridor in Israel, Nespresso coffee pods will be delivered by drone fleets managed by Airwayz, with airports run by Skylinx and piloting by FlytechIL.
Eight Emerging Themes In Robotics and Automation
August 1, 2021
Here are eight key topics that RIOS has predicted and are now seeing unfold within robotics and automation.
Amazon’s Last-Mile MIT CTL Routing Research Challenge
February 22, 2021
The primary goal of the Last Mile Routing Research Challenge is to encourage participants to develop innovative approaches leveraging artificial intelligence, machine learning, deep learning, computer vision, and other non-conventional...
Micro-Fulfillment Centers Bring the Supply Chain to the Consumer
January 12, 2021
Over the past few years, as e-commerce sales have increased and customer expectations have shifted, there has been a steady race to move fulfillment closer to the customer.
Q&A: Rick MacDonald, DHL Supply Chain, President, Retail Sector, North America
September 30, 2020
Logistics Management Group News Editor Jeff Berman recently spoke with Rick MacDonald, DHL Supply Chain, President, Retail Sector, North America, about varous topics, including the COVID-19 pandemic, final mile logistics,...
E-Commerce Demands Continue to Push Innovation
March 2, 2020
Logistics professionals now need to leverage diverse systems and new ways of thinking in an effort to improve carrier partnerships and increase speed and efficiency. With that in mind, our...
7 Top Trends in Last Mile Logistics - The Revolution is Coming
April 30, 2019
Shippers face many challenges in successfully delivering products to end-users, and last mile logistics will be a core focus of change in the coming months.