Manna from Heaven?
Google‘s parent company, Alphabet, is partnering with Guzman y Gomez to deliver Mexican food to the great Outback. A successful pilot program by these taco-copters will lead to burritos dropping out of the sky all over the down under.
via TC: Alphabet’s Project Wing now delivers burritos …
Brown delivers..by air!
Traffic, road work and accidents all complicate the UPS delivery schedule, but none of these land-based impediments should deter a drone, right?
UPS announced today that it has successfully delivered a package in Florida using an autonomous drone that launched from one of its delivery trucks. The test is the first step in what the company hopes could one day become a more routine use of drones for package delivery.
UPS is betting the driver-drone pairing will double their efficiency. The driver can complete one delivery and dispatch the drone to another, later rendezvousing at some point along the return route.
yeah, but how will the drone look in brown shorts?
While Amazon’s drone plans stall, Silicon Valley startup, Matternet, is piloting (pun intended) a drone service in Bhutan. This aerobo (aerial-robotic) fleet is providing a means of delivering medicinal supplies to rural communities.