Automated vehicles will boost the economy by cutting the cost of transportation fuel which will increase money savings for sellers and consumers.
Automated delivery vehicles will allow retailers and consumers to save money by reducing costs associated with transportation fuel. The money savings that result from less fuel requirements to adequately power transportation vehicles during delivery will be spent and drive economic growth.
Automated Vehicles Reclaim Space from Parking Lots.
Dispenser Robot Will Boost the Economy by Allowing Retailers to Save Money on Their Energy Bills.
Dispenser Robots Will Boost the Economy by Allowing Retailers to save money on their energy bills.
The money saved by the retailers will be passed on to consumers in the form of lower prices, which will allow consumers to purchase more goods and boost the economy.
Dispenser robot facilities will:
- Allow retailers to save money by reducing the amount of resources needed to power retail buildings.
- Help consumers by boosting the supply of affordable housing and by reclaiming lost real estate space from parking lots.
Land Use, Housing & Parking Lots
The cost of the average home has skyrocketed by 800% over the last 60 years.
- The supply of homes is low relative to demand.
- The lack of economically viable land on which to build new homes.
- Parking lots and retail buildings take up large amounts of real estate space.
- Many retail buildings need to be built horizontally, with wide aisles for customers to move shopping carts within and consist of just one story because it is inefficient for customers to be moving their large shopping carts up and down multiple stories.
New retail facilities consisting of multiple stories could be constructed
Tiny, automated vehicles will:
– Move between multiple stories without the need for wide space-consuming shopping cart lanes
– Place items into the vehicle from directly above.
Less space to heat or cool within the retail building will translate into additional energy and money savings for retailers.
The space consumed by parking lots and retail buildings results in higher housing prices because it creates a shortage of economically viable land for residential construction, which causes a housing supply problem and in turn drives up housing prices.
Parking lots can be converted into residential properties by eliminating or shrinking retail buildings, increasing the supply of housing and reducing pricing.
Reusable Vacuum Containers Will Boost the Economy by Eliminating Product Packing Which Will Allow Producers To Save Money.
Reusable vacuum containers will boost the economy by eliminating product packaging which will allow producers to save money.
On average, 9% of every dollar of a market goods price is dedicated to product packaging. By replacing product packaging with reusable containers, the price of many goods can be reduced. The lower price of market goods will translate into consumer savings, which consumers can then invest in a higher standard of living.
The production of paper is a major cause of deforestation.
The use of reusable containers will a help save forest space by reducing the need to produce paper.
It takes 38 -50 gallons of water just to produce a 1 pound roll of paper and 24 gallons of water to produce 1 pound of plastic, used for the packaging of retail items.
Large quantities of fuel are required to produce the packaging for market goods —Reducing the use of product packaging by making use of automated delivery to place market goods within reusable containers will save additional resources.
Furthermore, plastic releases methane when it decays. Methane is 86 times more potent than Co2 at trapping heat. Landfills are one of the largest sources of human made methane emissions —Reducing landfill waste will also reduce the release of methane.
Vacuum containers may further increase the supply of affordable housing when used in conjunction with the thermal dispenser robots.
Less food waste means less land being used for farming.
Some agricultural land may be reclaimed and turned into residential areas, which
further boosts housing supply, and
further reduce housing costs.