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運輸機器人及無人機轉變最後一哩物流

Delivery Bots and Drones Could Revolutionize Last-Mile Logistics

出版商 Guidehouse Insights (formerly Navigant Research) 商品編碼 926176
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 22 Pages; 12 Tables, Charts & Figures
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運輸機器人及無人機轉變最後一哩物流 Delivery Bots and Drones Could Revolutionize Last-Mile Logistics
出版日期: 2020年02月19日內容資訊: 英文 22 Pages; 12 Tables, Charts & Figures
簡介

對於汽車排放量增加的擔憂,加上人工與燃料成本上升,許多物流利害相關者正嘗試透過運輸機器人 (bot)、機器人傳輸車輛(RDVs)、無人機等新興技術來降低駕駛里程和燃油消耗。這些技術能夠滿足隨選和地區緊密型傳輸之顧客要求,且提供了降低碳排放量、減少道路壅塞、降低營運成本等充滿吸引力的機會。

本報告研究運輸機器人及無人機改革物流的最後一哩,分析彙整運輸機器人及無人機技術的發展現況、目前市場滲透率和長期潛力方面的技術差異、運輸機器人及無人機對卡車運輸產業的影響、這些技術將如何影響本地商業和使用者體驗、以及將出現什麼新商業模式等內容。

建議

運輸機器人及無人機成為現實的物流技術解決方案

  • 運輸機器人在校園環境中產生重大影響
  • 運輸無人機的試驗和規範核准氣勢快速增強

機器人和無人機有望在未來10年取代數百萬台卡車配送

  • 各技術的不同案例因應
  • 機器人將實行最短距離運輸,RDV和無人機具長距離運輸潛力

本地商務和使用者體驗透過隨選商店招呼而轉變

  • LML將變得效率更高且可持續
  • 實現30分鐘運輸窗口的可能性

供應商和政府需要克服阻礙,以實現機器人和無人機的優點

  • 供應商專注於因應安全性、消費者抵抗、隱私問題
  • 物流公司為了維持競爭力,積極開發運輸機器人和無人機計畫
  • 供應商使用創造性解決方案,擴展運輸機器人和無人機通信範圍
  • 政府確立強力的監管框架,並支持運輸機器人和無人機產業成長
目錄
Product Code: SI-DBD-20

As a result of rising labor and fuel costs, along with concerns about increasing vehicle emissions, many logistics stakeholders are experimenting with emerging technologies to reduce driver miles and fuel usage, such as delivery robots (bots), robotic delivery vehicles (RDVs), and drones. These technologies present a compelling opportunity to reduce carbon emissions, road congestion, and operational costs, while satisfying customer requirements for on-demand and hyperlocal delivery.

Delivery bots, RDVs, and drones are set to displace millions of truck and van deliveries over the next decade, as they are far smaller, more flexible, lower in cost, and naturally suitable for automation and electrification. These technologies are expected to make last-mile logistics (LML) more efficient and sustainable. They are also expected to transform local commerce and user experience through new business models such as on-demand store-hailing.

This Navigant Research ‘Strategy Insight’ report analyzes the current level of deployment of delivery bots, RDVs, and drones; their viability for mainstream market adoption; and the anticipated impacts of these technologies on LML and the broader transportation and logistics industry. Navigant Research, a Guidehouse company, also provides detailed and actionable recommendations for suppliers to capitalize on the growth of these advanced logistics technologies.

Key Questions Addressed:

  • What is the current state of delivery bot and drone technology deployment?
  • How do these technologies differ in terms of their current market penetration and long-term potential?
  • What will be the impacts of delivery bots and drones on the trucking industry?
  • How will these technologies affect local commerce and user experience and what new business models could emerge?
  • To which use cases (e.g., rural, urban) is each technology applicable and when will they be deployed in each use case?
  • What should delivery bot and drone suppliers focus on to scale these solutions?

Who Needs This Report:

  • Transport services and management companies
  • Shipping companies and carriers
  • Drone, robotics, logistics software, and AI companies
  • Automotive and mobility companies
  • Automated and electric commercial vehicle manufacturers and suppliers
  • Smart city solutions providers
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

Spark

Context

Recommendations

Delivery Bots and Drones Are Emerging as Realistic Logistics Technology Solutions

  • Delivery Bots Are Making Major Impacts in Campus Environments
    • Robotic Delivery Vehicles Aim to Satisfy More Urban Use Cases
  • Trials and Regulatory Approvals for Delivery Drones Are Quickly Gaining Momentum

Bots and Drones Expected to Displace Hundreds of Millions of Truck Deliveries Over the Next Decade

  • Each Technology Satisfies Different Use Cases
  • Bots Will Perform the Most Near-Term Deliveries, Though RDVs and Drones Have Stronger Long-Term Potential

Local Commerce and User Experience Will Be Transformed Through On-Demand Store-Hailing

  • LML Will Become More Efficient and Sustainable
  • 30-Minute Delivery Windows Could Become a Reality

Suppliers and Governments Must Overcome Adoption Barriers to Realize Bot and Drone Benefits

  • Suppliers Focus On Addressing Safety, Consumer Resistance, and Privacy Issues
  • Logistics Companies Aggressively Develop Delivery Bot and Drone Programs to Remain Competitive
  • Suppliers Use Creative Solutions to Extend the Electric Range of Delivery Bots and Drones
  • Governments Establish Strong Regulatory Frameworks and Support Growth of Delivery Bot and Drone Industries

List of Charts and Figures

  • Cumulative Delivery Drone Fleet Size by Region, World Markets: 2020-2030
  • Annual Package Deliveries by Drone, World Markets: 2020-2030
  • Kiwi Campus Kiwibot
  • Roxo, the FedEx SameDay Bot
  • Ford's Digit Delivery Bot
  • Nuro's R1 Automated Delivery Vehicle
  • Robomart Vehicle (Produce)
  • Delivery Bot and Drone Use Case Applicability and Timeline

List of Tables

  • Key Players Developing Delivery Bots
  • Key Delivery Drone Trials and Projects: 2019
  • Timeline of Delivery Drone Regulatory Approvals in the US
  • Sidewalk Bot, RDV, and Delivery Drone Technology Comparison