Estonian-based Startup Cleveron‘s unmanned autonomous vehicle took on the city of Eindhoven. The Company is part of a five-day pilot project carried out by logistics giant DPD Netherlands in partnership with Cleveron.
The rapid growth of e-commerce has changed the playing field for companies operating in the retail and logistics sector.
Keeping up with consumer trends requires a modern approach; thereforw, adopting new technologies and clever solutions is essential. Cleveron and its robot courier, Cleveron 701, aims to offer a Solution to this problem.
Cleveron 701 is the first unmanned autonomous delivery vehicle in Europe with a license to operate on public streets. It’s designed as a multi-purpose delivery platform to which the operator can add suitable modifications for serving different delivery needs.
Arno Kütt, CEO of Cleveron, says:
Jorin Aardoom, manager of data and innovation at DPD Netherlands, says: “At DPD Netherlands, we strive every day to do better for our parcel senders and receivers. We are proud to experiment with innovative solutions for a sustainable future in parcel delivery.
Thus far, the vehicle had been only driving on Estonian city streets. This is the vehicle’s first experience driving and delivering parcels in a different Country.
The vehicle can drive anywhere successfully and be safeguarded by a teleoperator even from Estonia, some 1,500 kilometers away from the Netherlands.