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.
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. 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.
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Key Topics Covered
1. Executive Summary
2. Research Scope, Aims, and Objectives of the Study
3. Introduction to Delivery Robots
4. Use Cases of Delivery Robots
5. New Business Models Surrounding Delivery Bots
6. Comparing Delivery Bots to Existing Models
7. Addressable Market Potential for Delivery Bots
8. Major Participants Within Delivery Bot Market
9. The Last Word
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