The Future of Last-mile Delivery Bots

The Future of Last-mile Delivery Bots

The Global Delivery Bot Market is likely to Reach $16.79 Billion by 2030

RELEASE DATE
16-Apr-2018
REGION
Global
Research Code: K22A-01-00-00-00
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The logistics market is currently undergoing a major transformation with new innovative solutions determining the way goods are being delivered from point A to point B. The market is witnessing influx of new breed of tech-savvy startups that are coming up with unique business models and services that are largely disrupting the supply chain ecosystem, especially in the last mile. Furthermore, the growth of such startup firms largely parallels those of various emerging technologies – such as Big Data, crowd-sourced platforms, connected devices, and AI – that are likely to shape how goods will be transported in the future. This has eventually prompted service providers to provide for tailor-made, customized solutions catering to the broader issues within the industry.

Rising congestion and pollution within cities have resulted in more emphasis on providing for urban last-mile delivery solutions. Roughly, 40% of the overall logistics costs are being spent on the last mile. What is further aggravating the growing issue is that the end consumers have started to become more demanding. Instant deliveries and user experience have started to become critical value differentiators. This has resulted in firms exploring new technologies and services to alleviate some of these growing issues. New service solutions such as click and collect, locker boxes, and on-demand solutions are already underway for the last mile. What is driving the market further is expanding on some of these new services with autonomous solutions such as delivery bot services that are taking it to another level when it comes to last-mile delivery solutions.


Research Highlights

This study highlights how the logistics for the last mile is evolving into more autonomous delivery solutions. The use of delivery bots in logistics is all set to become the next big thing in delivering parcels for packages less than 3 kgs. By 2030, the market for delivery bots is expected to reach the 17 billion mark with food, groceries, and eCommerce firms largely expected to benefit from such solutions. The report aims to elaborate on some of the various use cases for delivery bot applications and further uncovers the new business models surrounding such innovations that are all set to disrupt the urban last mile. Another area that the report covers is the regulatory aspects surrounding the use of delivery bots that are critical in terms of understanding the future scope of such innovations. Lastly, the report also showcases how the delivery bot service model compares to other business models.

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Table of Contents

Executive Summary—Key Findings of the Study

Executive Summary—Key Findings of the Study (continued)

Research Scope

Research Aims and Objectives

Key Questions the Study Will Answer

Research Methodology

Evolution of Robots

Delivery Bots/Ground Drones

Sensorization of Delivery Bots

Range of Delivery Bots

Delivery Bots Coming Under Regulatory Purview

Delivery Bots Coming Under Regulatory Purview (continued)

Drivers and Restraints—Delivery Bots

Use Cases of Delivery Bots

Delivery Bots for eCommerce Deliveries

Delivery Bots for Food Deliveries

Delivery Bots for Courier Parcels

Swiss Post Set to Transform Mail Delivery

Jingdong’s (JD.com) Plunge into Autonomous Deliveries

On-demand Deliveries

Click and Collect

Delivery Bots Versus Cargo Bikes—A Comparison

Delivery Bots Versus LCVs—A Comparison

Delivery Bots Versus Drones—A Comparison

Future Positioning of Robotic Fleets

Total Market Size—Assumptions

Understanding Inputs

Cost Comparison—UK, US, Switzerland, and Germany

Cost Comparison in the Countries—UK, US, Switzerland, and Germany

Total Market Size by Region

Delivery Bot Market Size

Starship

Dispatch

Marble

TeleRetail

Twinswheel

Why Industries are Looking at Potential Delivery Bot Application

The Last Word

Legal Disclaimer

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

The Frost & Sullivan Story

Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career

Global Perspective

Industry Convergence

360º Research Perspective

Implementation Excellence

Our Blue Ocean Strategy

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The logistics market is currently undergoing a major transformation with new innovative solutions determining the way goods are being delivered from point A to point B. The market is witnessing influx of new breed of tech-savvy startups that are coming up with unique business models and services that are largely disrupting the supply chain ecosystem, especially in the last mile. Furthermore, the growth of such startup firms largely parallels those of various emerging technologies – such as Big Data, crowd-sourced platforms, connected devices, and AI – that are likely to shape how goods will be transported in the future. This has eventually prompted service providers to provide for tailor-made, customized solutions catering to the broader issues within the industry. Rising congestion and pollution within cities have resulted in more emphasis on providing for urban last-mile delivery solutions. Roughly, 40% of the overall logistics costs are being spent on the last mile. What is further aggravating the growing issue is that the end consumers have started to become more demanding. Instant deliveries and user experience have started to become critical value differentiators. This has resulted in firms exploring new technologies and services to alleviate some of these growing issues. New service solutions such as click and collect, locker boxes, and on-demand solutions are already underway for the last mile. What is driving the market further is expanding on some of these new services with autonomous solutions such as delivery bot services that are taking it to another level when it comes to last-mile delivery solutions.--BEGIN PROMO--

Research Highlights

This study highlights how the logistics for the last mile is evolving into more autonomous delivery solutions. The use of delivery bots in logistics is all set to become the next big thing in delivering parcels for packages less than 3 kgs. By 2030, the market for delivery bots is expected to

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No Index No
Podcast No
Author Vidhya Ved
Industries Cross Industries
WIP Number K22A-01-00-00-00
Keyword 1 Last-mile Delivery
Keyword 2 Bots
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 9A3B