The Startup Cleveron Presented a Drone for the Delivery of Goods — It Will Deliver Parcels Using a Robotic Arm


The drone will be able to bring the goods to the user’s home and use a spe­cial hand to place it in a designed stor­age box. Hav­ing left the box near the buyer’s house, the drone moves on to the next house. The com­pa­ny’s state­ment indi­cates that only the own­er of the prod­uct can unlock the box through the appli­ca­tion.


There are no oth­er details about the oper­a­tion of the drone yet, includ­ing data on the cost of the box and the deliv­ery itself.


Aliba­ba recent­ly showed off its robot­ic ware­house, where a huge num­ber of robots are dis­trib­ut­ing orders. Aliba­ba has long been known for try­ing to robo­t­ize at least part of its huge work­force. She already imag­ined robot couri­erwhich can trans­port box­es and pack­ages, a Space Egg robot recep­tion­ist designed to deliv­er orders in hotels, and even arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence that replaced copy­writ­ers who write prod­uct descrip­tions in an online store.

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