Dianomix develops last-mile delivery solutions that allow shoppers to get goods quickly and safely while boosting brand loyalty for retailers. We use autonomous delivery robots housed at community retail stores to deliver goods purchased through the retailer’s existing web presence.
The robot is capable of unloading without human assistance or contact.
10 deliveries per trip
The robot can deliver up to 10 bags at different addresses in one trip.
Large cargo volume
The total cargo volume is comparable to a large shopping cart.
The robot can carry grocery bags, parcels, prescription drugs and many other goods.
Bad weather ready
It can operate in rain and light snow. Tested under Canadian weather.
State of the art navigation and collision avoidance plus human monitoring.
Our unique robot design uses a large cargo box to allow for multiple deliveries in a single trip with automatic unloading, making it profitable to handle frequent small orders from shoppers.
A complete solution
- Fullfilment setup
- Retailer benefits
- End customer benefits
Minimal space requirements
The fulfillment setup requires a relatively small area in the back of the store.
RFID based identification
All deliveries are identified by RFID tags durring the entire process, minimizing human errors.
The shelves for temporary storage will signal visually the orders that need to be loaded into the next robot.
lower delivery costs
Compared to traditional methods, our autonomous system lowers the costs with up to 75%.
Allows brick-and-mortar retailers to offer online sales and have their own high-tech home-delivery solution.
No reliance on human resources
Always available, a valid alternative in case of labor shortage or lock-downs.
Addresses special needs
Addresses people with special needs and can protect higher risks population during pandemics.
Deliveries possible in only 1-2 hours and during specified time windows.
Dianomix autonomous robots lowers the end cost of online shopping for the end customer.
80% of last-mile deliveries predicted to be made by autonomous vehicles by 2025 – McKinsey&Company