Cleverpod Robotic Vehicles will deliver a better life for couriers
Couriers face many issues in a typical urban environment, as their delivery methods may be slow, ineffective, or inefficient, leading to poor productivity and customer dissatisfaction. Cleverpod will address these problems head-on with a revolutionary smart, electric three-wheeler for express delivery.
The CP01 is Cleverpod’s first vehicle certified as a three-wheel moped that’s up to 50% cheaper to buy or maintain than a typical car or van. It features a cabin that can protect vulnerable goods from moisture or shock and a climate control system to keep the operator happy.
It has a range of sensors, a multimedia Interface and even an onboard virtual assistant. The CP-1 can be remote-controlled or hooked up to a central logistics system and is the first express delivery vehicle of its kind to be truly smart.
“Cleverpod believes that there should be a synergy between human beings and technology,” observes CEO Alexander Yuryev. “Our company’s mission is to create a balanced, symbiotic relationship between operator and auto-robot in the delivery sector. We believe this will bring more harmony and less anxiety to individual operators and fleet managers alike.”
The Cleverpod CP01 has many features, including:
- automated diagnostic functions for efficient daily management,
- a 5G digital cockpit,
- customisable cargo space of up to 450 L to suit a range of different sectors,
- long-range batteries that can last for up to 300 km,
- fast charging capability for quick turnaround,
- customisable exteriors for different sectors and marketing purposes.
In addition to being cheaper to buy and run than a conventional car or van, this vehicle will be easier to manoeuvre and more stable than a typical moped or bike. Crucially, the operator will be able to transport perishable or sensitive goods with much greater efficiency (compared to a conventional moped or bike).
Restaurant couriers will arrive at their customer location on time with food that is still in perfect condition and never shaken up. What’s more, the operator can do their work in climate-controlled comfort and is likely to remain more efficient throughout their working day.
“These are specialised robotic vehicles,” reminds Yuryev. “They’re augmented with sensors, cameras, projection and broadcasting equipment. The hardware/software solutions and cloud computing ecosystems will help operators connect with their vehicle through mutually adaptive learning.”