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.

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.

Pair of elevation views of the Robomart viewed open and from the other door-less side

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).

Details

*Under Development*

Height: 
69.5” | 176.5 cm
Width:
55” | 140 cm
Depth:
Length:
11’5” | 347 cm
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Weight:

Max Speed: 25 mph | 40 km/h

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Designer:
Robomart
Year:
2019

Properties

Drawings include:

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

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