Taking a look back at a year of award-winning autonomous delivery solutions. One year, six countries, thousands of parcels delivered, and kilometers driven. Here’s a look at the key moments that defined our year:
- We kicked off the year at our first CES and completed our first private customer delivery in Belgium with Colruyt Group’s online shopping service Collect&Go.
- CLEVON 1 began its rounds at Viljandi Hospital, moving test materials securely and efficiently, illustrating how robots can support healthcare logistics.
- Introduced the MultiBox top-application. Equipped with up to six lockers, enhancing the capability for efficient multi-customer deliveries.
- Our electric robot did laps at the Formula E Berlin ePrix, and we revved up our US operations by teaming up with T-Mobile to keep our robot fleet connected and running smoothly.
- Thanks to our collaboration with REWE Group, Vilnius became the first European city with a fleet of driverless robots. We also kicked off robotic food delivery with KFC in Tallinn.
- Clevon’s first US commercial autonomous delivery service was launched in Northlake, Texas, partnering with PostNet to serve the local community.
- Our collaboration with DHL saw an impressive number of parcels delivered, showcasing the scalability of our operations – all the numbers and facts can be found on our DHL case study.
- Our robots made their way to Peachtree Corners, followed by joining the 5G Open Innovation Lab’s ecosystem.
- Announced that our upcoming fourth-generation robot will be equipped with NVIDIA‘s Orin system-on-a-chip and a Tier 1 computer, preparing it to be Clevon’s next mass-production model!
- The Texas business community recognized Clevon with the ReLO Award for our contributions since opening the US headquarters in Texas.
- Our robots began servicing the biggest European holiday park, Landal GreenParks, in the Netherlands.
Clevon won the title Transport Innovation of the Year at the 2023 Parcel+Postal Technology International awards.
- We also unveiled our participation in a pioneering project in Arlington, integrating drones and robots for food bank deliveries.
Clevon’s aim is not just to reimagine the delivery of groceries but also to help shape the future of urban living. By driving efficiency and sustainability in our communities, we are reducing delivery costs for businesses.