Eniverse seeks to disrupt Dubai last mile with DoorBox
Eniverse showcased their fully autonomous delivery drones and introduced their newest product, DoorBox, at this year’s edition of the LogiSYM conference.
DoorBox is the latest edition to Eniverse’s drone delivery concept in the UAE. The company is currently waiting for the green light from the DCAA to conduct its first proof of concept in Dubai for a real drone delivery test.
Upon approval, Eniverse will officially collaborate with Fetchr and RTA to complete the missing pieces in the first drone delivery system in the region.
The DoorBox is a fully automated receiving box that will be placed outside of the delivery destination.
The box is connected to the recipient’s mobile and allows delivery and logistics operators or any courier service to open and unlock the box as soon as the drone arrives to the destination of the delivery on the spot.
The DoorBox is safe, secure, and helps with the overall efficiency of Eniverse’s drone delivery concept, founder Mohammed Johmani told delegates.
“As the first company to implement this new technology in the UAE, we are looking forward to receiving the approval sought from the DCA to officially begin conducting business and solving the many problems associated with the traditional supply chain in today’s fast-paced marketplace,” he said.
According to Darryl Judd, the group chief operating officer, Logistics Executive Group, AI is imperative to the development of drone technology for logistics.
“Artificial Intelligence (AI) is now a key element in the development of smart logistics. I particularly appreciate the role of AI in developing autonomous drone technology. We definitely believe that Space Autonomous is a revolution to all the logistic processes,” he said.
Eniverse hopes its fully autonomous delivery drones will revolutionise the traditional supply chain model by reducing costs and increasing efficiency, guaranteeing an air delivery time of thirty minutes or less.
Eliminating the need for trucks, drivers and costs associated with being on the road, this logistic simplicity will help keep operating costs low, as well as the costs for the customer, it says in a release.
Additionally, the planned Skycart drones will be operational 24 hours a day, autonomous from pick-up to delivery and will offer on-demand delivery services.