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The GoDeliver logistics web platform mediates the delivery of food, medicine or veils to people in quarantine. The project works on the principle of involving couriers-volunteers from the public, who distribute the necessary resources to the needy. The platform, which was originally created to help companies deliver shipments, was developed by students of the Faculty of Information Technology and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Czech Technical University in Prague.

Bc. Adam Zvada and Bc. David Mokoš, these are two students who have decided to use their GoDeliver project for those who have found themselves in need due to epidemiological measures. Even before the coronavirus pandemic, they devised a logistics platform to make it easier for companies to deliver shipments around Prague. Today, this service is a blessing especially for those who depend on the help of others.


Food, medicine or veils. Voluntary couriers deliver them to those who cannot procure them themselves. Two students from the Czech Technical University came up with the idea of using the company's courier service for people in need.


 The current goal of the project is to provide an application to other companies and organizations for more effective coordination of volunteers and distribution in the city. Dozens of volunteers are currently involved in the project. Some may use vehicles in the form of electric cars from GreenGo and NextBike bikes. "Be a courier and help others. A simple idea that will help people who depend on the help of others. We deliver dozens of lunches every day, ”describes David Mokoš, one of the founders of GoDeliver, about the everyday situation.


During the study, Adam Zvada and David Mokoš worked together for Avast, where they focused on data analysis and the application of artificial intelligence algorithms and machine learning for the identification of computer viruses. At the beginning of the year, however, they decided to leave Avast to have more time for their own projects.


They started working on the GoDeliver project earlier this year. "We saw a huge problem in urban logistics and wanted to improve it at all costs. We gradually worked on the idea for the GoDeliver platform from the initial idea of building a delivery robot, ”describes David Mokoš. "Thanks to the use of data and artificial intelligence, we can effectively plan and aggregate routes. This way we can shorten the delivery time and reduce the price, "concludes Adam Zvada. Both believe that they will soon be able to revolutionize commercial distribution.