In the UAE, a logistics giant, Aramex, along with the Dubai Integrated Economic Zones Authority (DIEZ), is conducting pilot testing on an advanced multi-cabin delivery robot designed for multiple deliveries in a single trip. This three-month trial, which started today, aims to reach full operational capacity by September. The robot, featuring multiple cabins instead of the previous single-cabin model, is anticipated to cut carbon emissions by more than 500kg over the testing period. Initially serving the Cedre Villas community in Dubai Silicon Oasis (DSO), it is expected to autonomously handle over 1,000 package deliveries. DIEZ has plans to extend this service to other economic zones such as the Dubai Airport Freezone and Dubai CommerCity. For security, residents receiving Aramex packages will be given a secure pin code, and the robot's operations will be closely monitored from a mobile outlet at Cedre Shopping Centre, facilitating continuous loading and unloading. The robot is equipped with advanced features including a depth camera, multiple human-bot interface elements, and 360-degree video coverage. It also boasts a swappable battery pack and eight compartments to accommodate various parcel sizes. This initiative aligns with Dubai's goal to have 25% of its transportation autonomous by 2030, supporting the Dubai 2040 Urban Master Plan. The success of this pilot will be measured by safety, efficiency, and customer satisfaction, guiding future expansion across Dubai. Dubai Silicon Oasis, known for its support of autonomous and smart transportation, serves as an ideal testing ground. Muammar Khaled Al Katheeri, Chief Officer of Engineering and Sustainability at DIEZ, highlighted the commitment to a greener future through smart mobility, and Tarek Abuyaghi, General Manager of Aramex, expressed excitement about enhancing urban living through this environmentally friendly service.