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A modular security system allows smart security to integrate into any home, whether urban or rural.
A logistics startup is tackling the problem of unwanted retail items by helping retailers efficiently manage returns globally.
An Indian logistics company will deliver food directly to your train seat while you are en route.
Startup hopes to automate the entire delivery process with robots designed to travel on sidewalks.
UK owners of diesel vehicles can now book a convenient time and location for refuelling.
Spanish fashion retailer is introducing self-service kiosks, which have the ability to hold up to 4,000 packages.
UK startup takes on the traditional door-to-door milk delivery service and responds to a growing demand for milk alternatives.
This monthly service delivers all-black socks, underwear, a t-shirt and one other item of choice, with options to upgrade the package.
42 Technology hopes its Adaptable Carriage will help train operating companies to configure carriages according to demand.
Germany’s TiMMi Transport start-up is connecting retailers and citizens with travelers willing to deliver packages via an already-planned trip.
Swiss Post is pioneering urban healthcare delivery via drone between two hospitals in Lugano using the US-based Matternet’s latest quadrocopter.
A Swiss research institute has created replica fruits with embedded temperature sensors that send real-time monitoring data to suppliers and exporters.
BuddiBox supports young South Africans in setting up a local delivery service with emphasis on the necessity of good community relationships.
Stanford University students caught out and about without an essential such as Kleenex, an antihistamine or a hangover cure can now summon delivery via Jetpack.
Paalak.in is a service that provides produce directly from farms to consumers within 14 hours using WhatsApp to send orders and delivery instructions.
A Mumbai based startup is disrupting the milk delivery system in India, giving customers a more convenient and safer way to buy milk.
The Calm Box delivers a monthly dose of relaxation in the form of curated collections of items designed to help the recipient unwind, physically and mentally.
WeRobotics carried out successful tests to deliver snake bite anti-venom to remote Amazonian communities in 35 minutes compared to the the 6 hour boat ride usually required.
Waitrose, in partnership with CNG Fuels and Scania, have introduced 10 trucks that run on biomethane, which produces 70 percent less pollution than diesel.
Launch of a robotic storage unit, which aims to rival Amazon Lockers.
The Dylan hotel’s Room Shopping service lets guests source products from the local 9 straatjes district and get them delivered to their room in under an hour.