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Autonomous Ground Delivery

Deploy a flexible fleet of small ground vehicles to support ‘last-mile’ delivery of goods in urban areas to designated collection points. The Autonomous Ground Delivery service improves delivery efficiency and costs by deploying small autonomous electric vehicles, capable of navigating busy city streets and sidewalks.

Key benefits

Reduced Operating Costs
Reduced Operating Costs
Electric Autonomous Ground Delivery vehicles present a more feasible option for small deliveries compared to traditional delivery modes (e.g. drivers, fuel).
Reduced Delivery Time
Reduced Delivery Time
Able to go on sidewalks and between road vehicles (congested vehicles), the service’s turnaround times are relatively reduced compared to traditional delivery modes.
Reduced Traffic Congestion
Reduced Traffic Congestion
Autonomous Ground Delivery vehicles can substitute delivery vehicles for small package deliveries, reducing the strain on congested streets in Qatar.

User Journey

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    Warehouse operator schedules an autonomous delivery and prepares package for pick-up
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    Autonomous vehicle picks-up respective package and heads for delivery and the vehicle navigates the streets and sidewalks to the destination
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    Arrived at the destination address, a notification is sent to the recipient
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    Recipient finds the vehicle and uses received code to retrieve products from compartment
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    Vehicle captures proof of delivery imagery and returns to warehouse to fulfill next order
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Potential Service Features

  • Proof of Delivery
  • Real-Time Remote Monitoring and Control
  • Vehicle to Infrastructure
  • Geospatial Information System
  • Recipient Application

Implementation Analysis

Implementation Timeline

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Regulatory Conduciveness

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  • Challenged
  • Complex

Technology Commercial Viability

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  • Currently Viable
  • Viable in Short Term
  • Viable in LongTerm

Investment Requirements

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Key Implementation Consideration

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