Autonomous Last Mile Delivery

Autonomous Last-Mile Delivery

  • The global ‘Autonomous Last Mile Delivery’ market is expected to reach US$11.9 billion in 2021. Further, it is projected to touch US$84.7 billion by 2030, registering a growth (CAGR) rate of 24.4% during 2021-2030

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  • Increased use of the internet and mobile devices
  • Expansion in the e-commerce industry (e-commerce players are seeking innovative and efficient ways to reach customers)


  • Job displacement
  • Damage to packages
  • Theft of packages along with the vehicle


  • Strict regulations
  • Pre-mature autonomous technology
  • Lack of trust in computer systems
  • Lack of proper infrastructure – there is no fixed path for ground delivery bots and self-driving vans and a specific route for aerial drones without which the delivery services are not that efficient

Future Growth Opportunities

  • Technological advancements in delivery vehicles (development of aerial delivery drones that function smoothly in geographically challenging areas will be a breakthrough and expected to add greater value to the last-mile delivery market)
  • Government support to setup required infrastructure & ease of regulations
  • A shift of workforce from labour-intensive to more tech-savvy



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