First mile delivery & logistics

StreetDrone is deploying engineering excellence for full autonomy in industrial environments – those places where adding low-speed autonomous vehicles improve services, safety and efficiency


Introducing the StreetDrone Smart 1 terminal tractor

StreetDrone Smart 1 Terminal Tractor brings together the best in robotics, software, delivery, and logistics to increase your business’s safety and efficiency

Zero Emissions

Energy efficient

Cleaner & Greener

Zero Delays

Better performance

Increased efficiency

Zero Incidents

No wasted time, labour & money

Safety for all


From ship to the front door - zero delays, zero emissions, zero incidents

StreetDrone is on a mission to create the world’s safest, most advanced, sustainable, and efficient delivery and logistics solution.

It’s clearer than ever that global deliveries are desperately in need of an upgrade. StreetDrone is working on the technology which will breathe new life into delivery and logistics networks.


The world needs autonomy now - starting with ‘first-mile’

Why wait? Autonomous technology is ready to take on the challenge.

StreetDrone is working to bring the benefits of driverless technologies to market much more quickly by focusing on deploying low-speed autonomous vehicles into service in well-mapped, low-complexity situations. That way we all get to experience autonomy sooner rather than later.


StreetDrone's work at Nissan's Sunderland plant with 5G CAL

Automated Driving

We are currently deploying low-speed automation in controlled environments, on the electric Terberg YT203-EV at Nissan’s Sunderland car plant as part of a UK Government funded project, 5G CAL 

Autonomous Software

The autonomous functionality is built both by the StreetDrone team and a network of partners which collaborate with Project Aslan, an open-source software designed to accelerate the development of autonomous capability

Testing for

To ensure that the 5G CAL project has safety at its core, all technology developments are  tested both in simulation and in physical environments, including on Nissan’s own Sunderland test track.

Integrating Technologies

The Terberg autonomous truck connects to, or integrates with technology from partners such as Nokia (5G), Hitachi (connected infrastructure and predictive analytics) and Voysys (teleoperation software)