Ottonomy and Goggo Partner to Revolutionize Last-Mile Deliveries with Autonomous Robots in Europe

NEW YORK and MADRID – Ottonomy.IO and Goggo Network have announced their partnership for last-mile deliveries in Spain and Europe. This marks the first time that a fully L4 autonomous robot will be utilized on public sidewalks for commercial deliveries to consumers. The initial deployment of the Ottobots has begun in Alcobendas and Zaragoza, with plans to expand to other cities in the near future.

Goggo Network, known for its leadership in last and middle-mile logistics with autonomous vehicles and robots, will be adding the Ottobot, an autonomous robot developed by Ottonomy, to its existing fleet of autonomous vehicles. With the integration of the Ottobots, Goggo aims to provide an even more innovative and sustainable delivery service for its partner network of retailers and restaurants.

Ottonomy and Goggo Partner to Revolutionize Last-Mile Deliveries with Autonomous Robots in Europe

“We are excited to add Ottonomy to our fleet and continue building our unique last and middle-mile logistics services with autonomous vehicles and robots in Europe,” says Yasmine, COO and co-founder of Goggo Network. “We chose Ottonomy.IO for their leadership in building fully autonomous delivery robots, and the integration of the Ottobot into our AV fleet will provide a safe and efficient mode of delivery for our network of retailers and restaurants.”

Ottonomy.IO, a recipient of the 2021 Sustainability Product of the Year award by Business Intelligence Awards, has made a name for itself in the autonomous robot market with its diverse capabilities for airport, curbside, first and last mile delivery solutions. The company launched the fully autonomous Ottobot in January 2022, followed by the Ottobot 2.0 in August 2022 and the Ottobot Yeti, the first fully autonomous robot capable of unattended deliveries, in January 2023.

“Our partnership with Goggo allows us to improve the functionality and accessibility of the Ottobot for end users worldwide,” says Ritukar, CEO and co-founder of Ottonomy. “Goggo’s position as a specialized logistics operator in the EU and their leadership in the AV market provides high growth potential and scalability for our solutions, and we look forward to continuing our work to create sustainable and efficient delivery solutions for all parts of the supply chain.”