You May Sleep, But Advances and Technology Don’t – Here is What is on the Horizon for 2024


Arrive shares new technology trends to watch for in 2024

INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana –While we may take a break, technological advances march on. Each new day, week, and year, new emerging trends will impact our lives. Some people like to roll with it and learn about the changes as they happen, but others want to keep ahead of the transition and know what is on the horizon. Some trends in technology will impact people in 2024, ranging from how people get their packages delivered to food waste.

“Things are continuously evolving, and while you are busy doing other things, someone is inventing things and getting patents to bring them to market,” says Arrive CEO Dan O’Toole. “If you pay attention to what is going on with the changes in technology, it is fascinating.”

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Many people get excited over the changes that technology brings, while others are fearful. The fear is usually a reaction to not knowing or having a good understanding of what the changes are doing or providing. The more people are aware of the changes and how they will impact their lives, the more they will be better prepared to take them on and less fearful to harness their power.

The changes that are on the horizon are going to impact residential and commercial customers around the country. Here are technology trends in 2024 to watch for:

  • Home Delivery Security – People are absolutely over having their packages stolen. With over 200 million being snatched from porches yearly, this advancement couldn’t come quickly enough. Arrive has patented technology that will elevate the delivery industry and be a total game changer in the industry, giving people a secure, weather-proof way to receive packages. As if that isn’t enough it also has disinfectants to destroy harmful germs and will offer biohazard detection among many other features that will make it a must have. The smart mailboxes will offer interior and exterior camera views, wireless charging, adjustable interior cabin, solar power, data insights, and be DocuSign enabled.
  • Food Advances – We may not think of food as a sector being influenced by technology, but that is far from the case. Many technology forces are being patented and tested behind the scenes, which will significantly change the food industry. Technology advances will impact food waste management, green food processing, food processing robots, alternative proteins, and AI being used to generate analytics. New technology will also change the way food is delivered, providing people with drone delivery.
  • Medical Technology – There will be a major push toward helping people obtain their prescription medications without leaving their home, but yet being able to keep them safe and secure. Smart mailboxes, for example, will become the standard in allowing people to trust that the medications they order will be quickly delivered, reach the intended person, and their integrity will not be compromised. They will also play a key role in helping with lab work, time sensitive medical materials, etc. Hospitals, labs, and other medical facilities, along with pharmacies, will be turning to smart mailboxes to expedite and ensure accuracy and safety.

“We are happy to be one of the companies at the forefront of bringing technology changes to the market,” O’Toole adds. “Our new Mailbox-as-a-Service (MaaS) platform will revolutionize the industry for the better. With the number of packages stolen each year from porches, this is a technology upgrade that people are ready for.”

Arrive is leveraging a first-position patent portfolio for its autonomous delivery network platform. The technology will allow packages to be delivered in a manner that is securely protected from porch pirates and the weather. Deliveries are put into the weather-proof box via drone; nobody besides the rightful owner can access it. Arrive’s smart mailboxes enhance public safety by aiding emergency services in locating homes that have placed 9-1-1 calls. These mailboxes illuminate and visually guide emergency vehicles, reducing response time and potentially saving lives. This feature has earned support from first responders, recognizing its potential to streamline emergency responses. The smart mailboxes support traditional and autonomous delivery.

Arrive’s smart Mailbox-as-a-Service (Maas) platform helps businesses and residents send and receive packages securely and safely. The company has announced several new partnerships across its MaaS (Mailbox as a Service) ecosystem, Hush AerospaceHEI Integrated SystemsJoule Case, and A2Z Drone Delivery. Arrive has been granted patents for their revolutionary drone docking station and delivery system and they have filed three other patents. To learn more about their patents, visit the site at:

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To see videos of Arrive in action, visit New Arrive Smart Mailbox with Robotic Delivery, and Robodog Picks Up From Arrive. To learn more about Arrive, visit the site:

About Arrive:

Headquartered in Indianapolis, Ind., Arrive (formerly Dronedek) is revolutionizing autonomous last-mile delivery and pickup with its smart Mailbox-as-a-Service (MaaS) platform. The company empowers autonomous logistics to operate more efficiently by leveraging secure and climate-assisted cargo space, smart alerts, and chain of custody.The platform’s apps and APIs make it easy for partners and customers to use its features. Arrive has raised over $9 million from nearly 5,000 investors and forged strategic partnerships with several industry leaders. Learn more about Arrive‘s innovative solutions at







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