Korean autonomous robot startup Neubility has signed an MoU with Goggo Network, a European logistic operator of autonomous vehicles and robots. The two enterprises plan to strengthen collaboration in bringing innovation to robot-based logistics services and improving customer experience.
The collaboration will soon debut its pilot delivery services based on Neubility’s autonomous mobile robot Neubie and Goggo Network’s autonomous mobile platform in its tests along different cities in Spain. The two companies plan to expand services via closer cooperation with logistics firms in Europe, promoting collaboration in the operation of robot-based delivery platforms.
Neubility provides a diversity of RaaS (Robot as a Service) API KITs, solutions, and service kits via embedded autonomous driving technology, enabling highly reliable and scalable service networking. Based on this, it enables clients and B2B partners to experience speedy management and allocation with channel optimization to enhance operational efficiency and cost.
First global expansion for Neubility in Europe
Neubility is now preparing its first global service and has actively conducted various demonstration projects for Neubie-based delivery in and around local downtown areas, university towns, and golf courses since last year. This year, it has successfully set up stable processes for the mass production of robots, improving robot performance. The company plans to commercialize autonomous delivery services for golf courses before the end of the year.
“We are very pleased to collaborate with Goggo Network with diverse service experiences and differentiated platforms and to take the first step toward advancing into global markets. Based on those that will be commercialized this year, we will continuously deliver stable services to both local and global markets, thereby expanding autonomous mobile robot ecosystems,” Neubility CEO Lee Sang-min said.
“We, at Goggo, as a robot agnostic autonomous logistic operator, prioritize the inclusion of top-level tech providers like Neubility to build our fleet of AVs. We will continue to cooperate with partners like Neubility, to continue taking the lead in bringing innovation to logistics solutions in Spain, France and throughout Europe,” – Yasmine Fage, COO at Goggo Network, affirmed. Goggo Network was founded in 2018 by serial entrepreneurs Martin Varsavsky and Yasmine Fage to become the largest operator of autonomous and electric fleets in EMEA by building a Hybrid network of Autonomous Vehicles for cargo and passenger transport.
Autonomous mobile robot Neubie named CES 2023 Innovation Award
Neubility’s self-driving robot Neubie won a CES 2023 Innovation Award in the smart cities category. The CES Innovation Awards is an annual competition honoring consumer electronics and ICT products for outstanding design and engineering. “I am deeply honored to see that our autonomous mobile robot Neubie was selected as one of the innovative products for the future at CES, the most influential ICT exhibition in the world. With our accumulated operational experiences, we will do our utmost to be more competitive in technology and to quickly establish leadership in self-driving robot markets at home and abroad.” Neubility CEO Lee Sang-min said.
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