Ottonomy.IO and Goggo Network partner on autonomous deliveries in Spain

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Autonomous delivery company Ottonomy.IO and autonomous vehicle provider Goggo have partnered to deliver autonomous last-mile deliveries in Spain.

Ottonomy.IO’s fully L4 autonomous Ottobot vehicle will first focus on Goggo’s partner network of retailers and restaurants in Spain. As part of this scheme, the autonomous robot will travel on public sidewalks to deliver commercial goods to consumers. Goggo has already started its deliveries with Ottobots in the Spanish cities of Alcobendas and Zaragoza, and reportedly plans to expand to other European cities soon.

Yasmine Fage, co-founder and chief operating officer of Goggo Network, said, “Now with Ottonomy in our fleet, we continue building our unique, innovative and sustainable last- and middle-mile logistics services with autonomous vehicles and robots in Europe. We selected Ottonomy.IO because of its leadership in building fully autonomous delivery robots. We are happy to integrate the Ottobot into our AV fleet, as it provides an extremely safe and efficient mode to reach customers to our network of retailers and restaurants.”

Ritukar Vijay, co-founder and CEO of Ottonomy, said, “We are continuing our work to create sustainable and efficient solutions for all parts of the supply chain. We chose Goggo for its unique position as an AV-specialized logistics operator and leadership in the EU, which unlocks high growth potential and scalability, and allows us to improve the functionality and accessibility of the Ottobot for end users worldwide.”

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