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29” | 73.7 cm (Estimated)
24” | 61 cm (Estimated)
30” | 76.2 cm (Estimated)
100 lb | 45 kg
2019
Amazon Scout
73.700
61.000
76.200
45.000
2019.00
9500
3D
Amazon Scout
43” | 108.9 cm
26” | 66.4 cm
38” | 96.2 cm
2019
DeliRo
108.900
66.400
96.200
2019.00
5
3D
DeliRo
58” | 147.3 cm (Estimated)
28” | 71.1 cm (Estimated)
36” | 91.4 cm (Estimated)
200 lb | 91 kg
2019
FedEx Roxo
147.300
71.100
91.400
91.000
2019.00
10
3D
FedEx Roxo
22” | 55.9 cm (Estimated)
17” | 43.2 cm (Estimated)
22” | 55.9 cm (Estimated)
2017
KiwiBot
55.900
43.200
55.900
2017.00
4600
3D
KiwiBot
73” | 186 cm
43” | 110 cm
108” | 274 cm
2535 lb | 1150 kg
2020
Nuro R2
186.000
110.000
274.000
1150.000
2020.00
10
3D
Nuro R2
40” | 101.6 cm (Estimated)
21” | 53.3 cm (Estimated)
30” | 76.2 cm (Estimated)
2018
Postmates Serve
101.600
53.300
76.200
2018.00
20
3D
Postmates Serve
38” | 96.5 cm (Estimated)
30” | 76.2 cm (Estimated)
54” | 137 cm (Estimated)
80 lb | 45 kg
2019
Refraction REV-1
96.500
76.200
137.000
45.000
2019.00
5
3D
Refraction REV-1
69.5” | 176.5 cm
55” | 140 cm
11’5” | 347 cm
2019
Robomart
176.500
140.000
347.000
2019.00
2900
3D
Robomart
21.8” | 55.4 cm;
49.1” | 124.8 cm (with flagpole)
22.4” | 56.9 cm
26.7” | 67.8 cm
50 lb | 23 kg
2014
Starship Robot
55.400
56.900
67.800
23.000
2014.00
1100
3D
Starship Robot
34” | 86.4 cm (Estimated)
28” | 71.1 cm (Estimated)
58” | 147.3 cm (Estimated)
60 lb | 27 kg
2018
TeleRetail Delivery Robot
86.400
71.100
147.300
27.000
2018.00
5
3D
TeleRetail Delivery Robot
FedEx Roxo
Comparison drawing of the FedEx Roxo compared to an average person

The FedEx Roxo is a same day autonomous delivery bot developed by FedEx. The FedEx Roxo debuted on August 26 of 2019 in FedEx’s headquarters in Memphis, Tennessee in the United States. It has since expanded to other cities like Manchester in New Hampshire, and Plano and Frisco in Texas.

The FedEx Roxo has a maximum speed of 10 miles (16 km) per hour and is battery-powered. It is able to steer around pedestrians and traffic through the use of sensors and cameras. The FedEx Roxo also has multiple pairs of wheels that allow it to climb up steps and curbs.

The FedEx Roxo has an estimated total length of 36” (91.4 cm), estimated overall width of 28” (71.1 cm), and estimated height of 58” (147.3 cm). FedEx Roxos weigh 200 lb (91 kg) and can carry a payload of 100 lb (45 kg). The maximum movement speed of the FedEx Roxo is 10 mph (16 km/h).

Set of measured drawings of the FedEx Roxo
The FedEx Roxo is a same day autonomous delivery bot developed by FedEx. The FedEx Roxo debuted on August 26 of 2019 in FedEx’s headquarters in Memphis, Tennessee in the United States. It has since expanded to other cities like Manchester in New Hampshire, and Plano and Frisco in Texas.

The FedEx Roxo has an estimated total length of 36” (91.4 cm), estimated overall width of 28” (71.1 cm), and estimated height of 58” (147.3 cm). FedEx Roxos weigh 200 lb (91 kg) and can carry a payload of 100 lb (45 kg). The maximum movement speed of the FedEx Roxo is 10 mph (16 km/h).

Set of measured drawings of the FedEx Roxo
FedEx Roxo
Height:
58” | 147.3 cm (Estimated)
Width:
28” | 71.1 cm (Estimated)
Length:
36” | 91.4 cm (Estimated)
Depth:
Weight:
200 lb | 91 kg
Area:

Max Payload: 100 lb | 45 kg

Max Speed: 10 mph | 16 km/h

Designer
FedEx
Year
2019

Drawings include:

FedEx Roxo side elevation, front, back, top, side (open)

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Starship Robot
Comparison illustration of the size of a Starship Robot to a typical person

The Starship Robot is an autonomous delivery robot that is able to navigate both streets and sidewalks. It was designed to deliver food and packages to both consumers and businesses by the company Starship Technologies. It debuted in the United States in 2015.

The Starship Robot can carry items within a 4-mile (6 km) radius. The entire journey of the delivery bot can be monitored through the Starship Robot app. The Starship Robot moves at a pedestrian speed and can navigate around objects and people. While on delivery the cargo bay can only be opened by the recipient through their smartphone.

The Starship Robot has a total length of 26.7” (67.8 cm), overall width of 22.4” (56.9 cm), and height of 21.8” (55.4 cm). The total height with the flagpole is 49.1” (124.8 cm). Starship Robots weigh 50 lb (23 kg) and can carry a payload of 22 lb (10 kg). The maximum movement speed of the Starship Robot is 3.7 mph (6 km/h).

Series of dimensioned illustrations of the Starship Robot
The Starship Robot is an autonomous delivery robot that is able to navigate both streets and sidewalks. It was designed to deliver food and packages to both consumers and businesses by the company Starship Technologies. It debuted in the United States in 2015.

The Starship Robot has a total length of 26.7” (67.8 cm), overall width of 22.4” (56.9 cm), and height of 21.8” (55.4 cm). The total height with the flagpole is 49.1” (124.8 cm). Starship Robots weigh 50 lb (23 kg) and can carry a payload of 22 lb (10 kg). The maximum movement speed of the Starship Robot is 3.7 mph (6 km/h).

Series of dimensioned illustrations of the Starship Robot
Starship Robot
Height:
21.8” | 55.4 cm;
49.1” | 124.8 cm (with flagpole)
Width:
22.4” | 56.9 cm
Length:
26.7” | 67.8 cm
Depth:
Weight:
50 lb | 23 kg
Area:

Max Payload: 22 lb | 10 kg

Max Speed: 3.7 mph | 6 km/h

Designer
Starship Technologies
Year
2014

Drawings include:

Starship Robot side elevation, front, back, top, side (open)

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Amazon Scout
Comparison illustration of the size of a Amazon Scout to a typical person

Amazon Scout is an autonomous delivery robot that delivers packages to customers from the e-commerce company, Amazon. Amazon Scout debuted to the public on January 23rd, 2019. It currently delivers packages in the United States, specifically in Snohomish County in Washington, Irvine in California, Atlanta in Georgia, and Franklin in Tennessee.

The Amazon Scout has 6 wheels and is able to effectively move on sidewalks at a walking speed. It uses a camera as well as sensors to plan an effective route, navigation, and improve service. The customer’s package is stored within the robot and is then driven to the customer’s delivery address.

The Amazon Scout has an estimated total length of 30” (76.2 cm), estimated width of 24” (61 cm), and estimated height of 29” (73.7 cm). Amazon Scouts weigh 100 lb (45 kg) and can carry a payload of 50 lb (23 kg). The maximum movement speed of the Amazon Scout is 15 mph (24 km/h).

Series of dimensioned illustrations of the Amazon Scout
Amazon Scout is an autonomous delivery robot that delivers packages to customers from the e-commerce company, Amazon. Amazon Scout debuted to the public on January 23rd, 2019. It currently delivers packages in the United States, specifically in Snohomish County, Irvine, Atlanta, and Franklin.

The Amazon Scout has an estimated total length of 30” (76.2 cm), estimated width of 24” (61 cm), and estimated height of 29” (73.7 cm). Amazon Scouts weigh 100 lb (45 kg) and can carry a payload of 50 lb (23 kg). The maximum movement speed of the Amazon Scout is 15 mph (24 km/h).

Series of dimensioned illustrations of the Amazon Scout
Amazon Scout
Height:
29” | 73.7 cm (Estimated)
Width:
24” | 61 cm (Estimated)
Length:
30” | 76.2 cm (Estimated)
Depth:
Weight:
100 lb | 45 kg
Area:

Max Payload: 50 lb | 23 kg

Max Speed: 15 mph | 24 km/h

Designer
Amazon
Year
2019

Drawings include:
Amazon Scout side elevation, front, back, top, side (open)

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KiwiBot
Scale illustration of an average KiwiBot with dimensions for height and length compared to a human

The KiwiBot is an autonomous delivery bot by the company, Kiwi. The KiwiBot was specifically designed to deliver food efficiently and originally launched in 2017. It currently delivers food in California in the United States. It is able to connect with vending machines.

The Kiwibot is able to accommodate 2 food orders. It has 3 frontal cameras, a rear wide angle 180-degree camera, and spot lights. The KiwiBot also features various HD cameras, LTE, GPS, as well as sensors that it effectively uses to achieve its job. This delivery bot strives for humans and robots to work together seamlessly.

The KiwiBot has an estimated total length of 22” (55.9 cm), estimated overall width of 17” (43.2 cm), and estimated height of 22” (55.9 cm). The maximum movement speed of the KiwiBot is 1.5 mph (2.4 km/h).

Collection of scaled drawings of KiwiBot with overall dimensions
The KiwiBot is an autonomous delivery bot by the company, Kiwi. The KiwiBot was specifically designed to deliver food efficiently and originally launched in 2017. It currently delivers food in California in the United States. It is able to connect with vending machines.

The KiwiBot has an estimated total length of 22” (55.9 cm), estimated overall width of 17” (43.2 cm), and estimated height of 22” (55.9 cm). The maximum movement speed of the KiwiBot is 1.5 mph (2.4 km/h).

Collection of scaled drawings of KiwiBot with overall dimensions
KiwiBot
Height:
22” | 55.9 cm (Estimated)
Width:
17” | 43.2 cm (Estimated)
Length:
22” | 55.9 cm (Estimated)
Depth:
Weight:
Area:

Max Speed: 1.5 mph | 2.4 km/h

Designer
Kiwibot
Year
2017

Drawings include:

KiwiBot side elevation, front, back, top, side (open)

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Robomart
Dimensioned comparison drawing of the Robomart compared to an average person

The Robomart is an autonomous deliver bot by the company Robomart, that developed the self-driving store. It first made its debut in January of 2019. A customer can request the closest Robomart through the smartphone app and once it arrives, they can shop checkout-free.

Each Robomart carries a selection of groceries like fruits and vegetables as well as refreshments, once it runs low on inventory it goes back to restock at a replenishment center. The Robomart introduces a new way to shop, store-hailing, where customers can shop at their doorstep rather than going to the store or waiting for a delivery to arrive.

The Robomart has a total length of 11’5” (347 cm), overall width of 55” (140 cm), and height of 69.5” (176.5 cm). The maximum movement speed of the Robomart is 25 mph (40 km/h).

Set of measured drawings of the Robomart including plan and elevation views
The Robomart is an autonomous deliver bot by the company Robomart, that developed the self-driving store. It first made its debut in January of 2019. A customer can request the closest Robomart through the smartphone app and once it arrives, they can shop checkout-free.

The Robomart has a total length of 11’5” (347 cm), overall width of 55” (140 cm), and height of 69.5” (176.5 cm). The maximum movement speed of the Robomart is 25 mph (40 km/h).

Set of measured drawings of the Robomart including plan and elevation views
Robomart
Height:
69.5” | 176.5 cm
Width:
55” | 140 cm
Length:
11’5” | 347 cm
Depth:
Weight:
Area:

Max Speed: 25 mph | 40 km/h

Designer
Robomart
Year
2019

Drawings include:

Robomart side elevation, front, back, top, side (open)

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