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Psy-roboty do dostarczania paczek (5)

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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10014 Robot dogs 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture MUST credit: Continental Packs of robot dogs could deliver packages to consumers in smart cities of the future.Germany tyre and technology company Continental believes the mechanical mutts could take packages from autonomous vehicles for delivery to homes and offices after being dropped off.The delivery robots, taking packages all the way to the consumer – even when they’re not able to physically receive them.The company says the seamless integration of a driverless electric vehicle , the Continental Urban Mobility Experience , known as CUbE, and a delivery robot present a more effective and efficient distribution of goods. The CUbE can carry one or multiple delivery robots and deploy them to handle the last yards of the goods and parcel delivery logistics chain.The CUbE is considered as a solution for urban “first or last mile” mobility. This type of vehicle – often referred to as a robo-taxi or pod – will be a part of the seamless mobility chain. The purpose of these vehicles will be extended to goods delivery to further utilize the available transport capacity and reduce idle times. Market estimations show that the need to transport goods will even outpace the strongly growing need for people transport in densely populated areas. It is fitted with sensors, environment perception and modelling, localisation, positioning, situation analysis, decision making and mechatronic actuators. OPS: An autonomous CUbE vehicle which would drop off the robot dogs Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10014 Robot dogs 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture MUST credit: Continental Packs of robot dogs could deliver packages to consumers in smart cities of the future.Germany tyre and technology company Continental believes the mechanical mutts could take packages from autonomous vehicles for delivery to homes and offices after being dropped off.The delivery robots, taking packages all the way to the consumer – even when they’re not able to physically receive them.The company says the seamless integration of a driverless electric vehicle , the Continental Urban Mobility Experience , known as CUbE, and a delivery robot present a more effective and efficient distribution of goods. The CUbE can carry one or multiple delivery robots and deploy them to handle the last yards of the goods and parcel delivery logistics chain.The CUbE is considered as a solution for urban “first or last mile” mobility. This type of vehicle – often referred to as a robo-taxi or pod – will be a part of the seamless mobility chain. The purpose of these vehicles will be extended to goods delivery to further utilize the available transport capacity and reduce idle times. Market estimations show that the need to transport goods will even outpace the strongly growing need for people transport in densely populated areas. It is fitted with sensors, environment perception and modelling, localisation, positioning, situation analysis, decision making and mechatronic actuators. OPS: An autonomous CUbE vehicle which would drop off the robot dogs Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10014 Robot dogs 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture MUST credit: Continental Packs of robot dogs could deliver packages to consumers in smart cities of the future.Germany tyre and technology company Continental believes the mechanical mutts could take packages from autonomous vehicles for delivery to homes and offices after being dropped off.The delivery robots, taking packages all the way to the consumer – even when they’re not able to physically receive them.The company says the seamless integration of a driverless electric vehicle , the Continental Urban Mobility Experience , known as CUbE, and a delivery robot present a more effective and efficient distribution of goods. The CUbE can carry one or multiple delivery robots and deploy them to handle the last yards of the goods and parcel delivery logistics chain.The CUbE is considered as a solution for urban “first or last mile” mobility. This type of vehicle – often referred to as a robo-taxi or pod – will be a part of the seamless mobility chain. The purpose of these vehicles will be extended to goods delivery to further utilize the available transport capacity and reduce idle times. Market estimations show that the need to transport goods will even outpace the strongly growing need for people transport in densely populated areas. It is fitted with sensors, environment perception and modelling, localisation, positioning, situation analysis, decision making and mechatronic actuators. OPS: Rendering of robot docks taking packages from an autonomous CUbE vehicle for delivery Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10014 Robot dogs 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture MUST credit: Continental Packs of robot dogs could deliver packages to consumers in smart cities of the future.Germany tyre and technology company Continental believes the mechanical mutts could take packages from autonomous vehicles for delivery to homes and offices after being dropped off.The delivery robots, taking packages all the way to the consumer – even when they’re not able to physically receive them.The company says the seamless integration of a driverless electric vehicle , the Continental Urban Mobility Experience , known as CUbE, and a delivery robot present a more effective and efficient distribution of goods. The CUbE can carry one or multiple delivery robots and deploy them to handle the last yards of the goods and parcel delivery logistics chain.The CUbE is considered as a solution for urban “first or last mile” mobility. This type of vehicle – often referred to as a robo-taxi or pod – will be a part of the seamless mobility chain. The purpose of these vehicles will be extended to goods delivery to further utilize the available transport capacity and reduce idle times. Market estimations show that the need to transport goods will even outpace the strongly growing need for people transport in densely populated areas. It is fitted with sensors, environment perception and modelling, localisation, positioning, situation analysis, decision making and mechatronic actuators. OPS: An autonomous CUbE vehicle which would drop off the robot dogs Picture supplied by Ferrari
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Ferrari Press Agency Ref 10014 Robot dogs 1 11/01/2019 See Ferrari pictures Picture MUST credit: Continental Packs of robot dogs could deliver packages to consumers in smart cities of the future.Germany tyre and technology company Continental believes the mechanical mutts could take packages from autonomous vehicles for delivery to homes and offices after being dropped off.The delivery robots, taking packages all the way to the consumer – even when they’re not able to physically receive them.The company says the seamless integration of a driverless electric vehicle , the Continental Urban Mobility Experience , known as CUbE, and a delivery robot present a more effective and efficient distribution of goods. The CUbE can carry one or multiple delivery robots and deploy them to handle the last yards of the goods and parcel delivery logistics chain.The CUbE is considered as a solution for urban “first or last mile” mobility. This type of vehicle – often referred to as a robo-taxi or pod – will be a part of the seamless mobility chain. The purpose of these vehicles will be extended to goods delivery to further utilize the available transport capacity and reduce idle times. Market estimations show that the need to transport goods will even outpace the strongly growing need for people transport in densely populated areas. It is fitted with sensors, environment perception and modelling, localisation, positioning, situation analysis, decision making and mechatronic actuators. OPS: Autonomous CUbE vehicle which would drop off the robot dogs Picture supplied by Ferrari

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