Integrating RobOps into
Premieres live: December 1, 2021
8am PDT | 11am EDT | 4pm BST | 5pm CEST
Duration: 30 minutes
The Last-Mile May be the Most Challenging
The final step in the supply chain of delivering goods from a business to the customer’s doorstep is critical, but can often be the most challenging and costly. Time, energy, and cost are often the biggest stumbling blocks in providing efficient deliveries. The global pandemic has not only disrupted labor and supply chains, but dramatically accelerated the interest and integration of automation into last-mile delivery solutions.
Different types of robots are being deployed for last-mile deliveries, including autonomous and semi-autonomous mobile robots that use sidewalks for delivery, up to autonomous vehicles that share the road with other passengers. In the air, several drone companies are experimenting with drone delivery flights to deliver food, medicine and parcels to the front door.
Regardless of the robot type, companies will need to utilize RobOps best practices that can ensure successful deliveries.
Our guest speaker, Ignacio Tartavull, has made a career defining how data, and autonomous infrastructure will harmoniously shape the last-mile delivery sector. He is the CEO of Tiny Mile, a Toronto based robotics company that created Geoffrey, an adorable 4kg, semi-autonomous last-mile food delivery robot. Ignacio will share his expertise and insights into how strong operational solutions will allow this field to meet any last-mile robotic challenges.
This live webinar will explore:
- The true scope of last-mile delivery
- Unique challenges facing last-mile delivery robots
- The evolving role of humans in last-mile delivery
- Opportunities for scaled last-mile automation
- Integrating RobOps into last-mile logistics
Robots are already revolutionizing last-mile delivery. Join us to learn what’s next.
Can’t attend? Reserve your spot and we’ll send you the recorded webinar to watch at your convenience.