JD.com Strengthens Its Autonomous Logistics Capabilities With Launch Of Smart Delivery Stations

A few days before one of the largest e-commerce platforms in China making a debut in the largest consumer electronics show in the world, JD.com launched two smart deliveries in Hohhot and Changsha. This move has strengthened the China’s largest retailer’s autonomous logistics capabilities.

 

JD.com is striving to solve problems associated with last mile delivery. Currently, it is undertaking R&D, testing as well as personnel training in the stations. The JD’s robots can deliver up to 30 parcels autonomously within a radius of 5 kilometers. The robots are designed to plan routes, avoid obstacles and even recognize security lights. The use of facial recognition enables the vehicle to authenticate the customer and allow them to collect the parcels. The stations have been enabled to run full capacity and both robots as well as couriers are responsible for achieving the target of 2,000 package deliveries a day.

 

The launch of the stations came at a time when JD was preparing to attend the first Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The show is one of a kind in the world for innovation, latest technology as well as critical thinking.

 

JD.com planned to showcase the cutting edge technology that is transforming how items are being delivered in China. JD has been known for developing advanced technologies for e-commerce across the world. Attendees of the event also witnessed the first fully-automated fulfillment center as well as how underground urban logistics is transforming how shopping is done as well as how cities work. Find Additional Information Here.

 

Aside from the drones and robots, attendees at the event also enjoyed drone flights in virtual reality, and JD’s augmented reality fitting as well as styling software. Visitors of the event also got to know how JD is developing “Internet of Things” to the benefit of e-commerce world. JD.com also gave visitors a chance to experience how it feels wearing a special exoskeleton worn by staff when lifting heavy objects which typically makes lifting heavy objects easier.

 

JD is dedicated to its course of enabling people to shop whatever they want, wherever as well as whenever they want it. JD.com started back in 1998 as an offline store selling electronics. It later went e-commerce after sars outbreak and realized its potential to have over 1 billion products. The company has emerged the world’s third largest internet company with over 300 million active users.

 

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