The deployment of the food delivery robots in a small scale industry before the Covid-19 pandemic. There were few deployments on the US campus, was the first university that is incorporated on the demand of the food deliveries by the robots as a part of its meal plan with the 25 robot fleet from the starship technologies.


The global autonomous delivery robots market is estimated to account for US$ 0.77 Mn in terms of value by the end of 2022.


The last mile delivery is anticipated to continue being the very complicated and complexed step of the logistics procedure. Additionally, as per Shippo, an American software industry that aids the e-commerce business till 40%of the whole cost of the transportation or the conveyance can be the last couple of miles.


A prominent and an efficient stakeholder in the autonomous delivery robots market, who has backed many organizations, comprising Boxbotm, that kind of demands integrated with the ongoing pilot programs worldwide, would aid the autonomous delivery robots to change the last mile deliveries less costly and easier to attain.

Recent Development:

In January 2019, The Starship partnered with the PepsiCo, the food services industry, to serve the niche section by offering the healthy snacks and the beverages. Hello Goodness to students of the University of the Pacific in Stockton.


The regions such as United States are also cracking down on the autonomous robots testing amidst the consumer safety concerns, particularly in the retail segment. Hence, various market vendors, such as Starship technologies, are mainly focusing on the college campuses as a response to the rising concerns of the residents about the robots being trialed in the crowded sidewalks or rolled into the traffic.

Global Autonomous Delivery Robots Market - Impact of Coronavirus (Covid-19) Pandemic

The Covid-19 outbreak had led to the negative impact on the growth of the global autonomous delivery robot due to the stringent imposition of lockdown by the companies and they interruptions in the supply chain of the parts of the automotive being transferred from one place to another and the closure of various industries led to the delay in supply of products, which in turn declined the growth of the autonomous delivery robots market.

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Key Takeaways:

The global autonomous delivery robots was valued at US$ 0.52 Mn in 2021 and is forecast to reach a value of US$ 13.74 Mn by 2030 at a CARG of 43.4% between 2022 and 2030.

Retail and Logistics held the dominant position in the global autonomous delivery robots market in 2022, accounting for 95.1% share in terms of value, increasing approval and launch of new products is expected to propel the growth of the segment during the forecast period.

Key Trends/Takeaways:

Trend 1:

Functioning and utilizing the autonomous delivery robots along with the public footpaths is also outlawed in several European countries, excluding Austria. As per a survey made by the US based open Table 68% of the consumers do not wish to see the robots in the restaurants, that could cast the foreboding shadow on the autonomous delivery robots.

Trend 2:

As per the NSC, usage of the mobile phone while driving the automotive causes around 1.6 million road accidents annually. This type of data raises the issues regarding offering the small statured robots to motorists. Moreover, a delivery of the robots may need human handler in the operating gates or the climbing stairs.

Competitive Landscape:

Major companies involved in the growth of the global autonomous delivery robots market are Starship Technologies, Marble Robot Inc., TeleRetail, Postmates Inc., Robby Technologies, Robomart Inc., Kiwibot, Udelv Inc., Savioke Inc., Segway Robotics Inc., Nuro Inc., Cleveron AS, Eliport, ANYbotics AG, Box Bot Inc., Neolix, Effidence and Aethon Inc.


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