But following you around and carrying your stuff is actually the only thing that Budgee does. That might not be all that impressive, it’s easier to let yourself be impressed by the progress that has been made in automation of warehouses. Check out these robots from Kiva Systems (that was acquired by Amazon in 2012).
Amazon is of course implementing this at all their fulfillment centers, and The Gap, Walgreens, Staples, Gilt Groupe, Office Depot, Crate & Barrel, Saks 5th Avenue are customers since before Amazon took over. In the Kiva system computers are used to keep track of where goods are stored, which route is the fastest to bring those goods to the packer, and how fast that particular packer is, and doing so much more efficient than the human brain possibly could. But still, it is basically a clever forklift.
Well what happens to our goods once they are packed? Well of course, they are delivered by drones. This is a concept video for Amazons current trials of using drones: