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ROBOTIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM WHICH DELIVERS GOODS DIRECTLY TO CONSUMER’S FRIDGE

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Maksim Zjabkin - CEO/Founder

Igor Medvedev - CMO

Ruslan Kulinich - CSA

Ippolitov Valeriy - CTO

Sergey Stolbunov - CFO

The current service delivery can not cope with the growing challenges of service to urban residents. Citizens spend countless time and effort to our daily routine.

  • Drones are expensive, have small carrying capacity and flying restrictions
  • Courier and motorcycle courier delivery take a lot of time (about 35 minutes), increase traffic and it is not 100% reliable
  • Pickpoints require courier’s participation in delivery process, have time gaps and force customer to go to the pick up point in order to get the parcel
  • Visiting supermarket by themselves is takes a lot of time and effort from consumers

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2 out of 5

There are a lot of promises and encouraging texts about their product, however there is little to no technical explanation or solid facts and plans. The idea is not that revolutionary and there are already such services. Maxitube wants to make it possible to order and get your food almost directly to your fridge. What makes it unusual, is the fact that they want to deliver the food through special infrastructure of electric locomotive robotized transport system. This sounds like too futuristic approach for a very simple service. It's very unlikely they will be able to deliver such system and adopt it in many cities.

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Anger Management01 november 2017, 22:28

This sounds like something Elon Musk would come up with. I mean, who would decide that some robotic infrastructure of tubes and rails is the best way to deliver grocery? This would be the biggest waste of resources and money ever. And they would be able to install it only maybe in one city or two. So what's the point of them saying that's the possible revolution in food delivery? It's either a scam or someone has too bright imagination.

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