LML Systems plans to introduce its last mile logistics infrastructure in New York City by utilizing Manhattan's coast and land reclamation. The masterplan represents a hub for last mile logistics operations.
As the global population gravitates toward coastal cities, these vibrant urban centers face the challenge of accommodating about 2 billion individuals living within 100-kilometer of the coast. The rapid influx of residents is intensifying the need for innovative spatial solutions due to the escalating densification of these areas. Optimizing spatial utilization efficiently plays a key role in overcoming this.
Logistics, occupying substantial portions of both private and public spaces, stand as a significant contributor to this spatial challenge. Hence, there is a pressing demand for novel methods that streamline logistics and free up valuable space within these burgeoning coastal urban landscapes.
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NYC LML integration
LML Systems aims to introduce its last mile logistics infrastructure in New York City, one of the busiest cities in the world. The location of Manhattan represents a challenge to start building a new infrastructure from scratch. Thanks to Manhattan's coast, LAIA leverages Landboxes (land reclamation system) to reclaim land and bring a new infrastructure into the city, in this case LML Systems. Therefore, LML Systems operates as a hub for last mile logistics operations and the point of growth for this network.
Modules The Landboxes land reclamation system serves as the foundational framework for integrating diverse infrastructures. Within this system, the three modules of LML Systems seamlessly integrate into the structural grid of Landboxes: the indoor farming unit, recycling unit, and warehouse unit. These components collectively foster an independent operational model while offering essential services to the neighboring communities