The world’s leading moguls are still itching for the chance of being first to put their name on a delivery drone. But, watch this space, a pizza business may just pip them to the post on this one. The international enterprise, Dominos, has already teamed up with delivery provider Flirtey. Filling them with the confidence that nods towards store-to-door delivery trials getting the going ahead.
We’ve previously banged on about Amazon and Google being hard at work cracking what will make the drones both practical and functional for a variety of business owners. Forget calling and reciting your order countless times. With a few taps on your phone, the drones will set to the sky. When your delivery has arrived you will receive an alert that your food is waiting for you.
Numerous sources have made sure that the pros of drones are ingrained into your mind leaving only one thing to question. What’s the holdup? The likes of Amazon have begun their drone trials throughout the UK but before the creators of drones start to pursue restaurants the regulations surrounding them will first are to be clarified. The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has admitted that rules are continuing to evolve as we speak. But, this does not mean the drone is a far-fetched “pie in the sky” idea.
Once systematised, services such as Dominos aim to convey their pizza to both rural and urban areas in a significantly less amount of time. The drones will work in unison with the existing delivery fleet, which includes vans to E-bikes. While these drones are not set to brace the UK shores anytime soon news of quicker pizza will in the future will make an aficionados day. We will just have to see if patience really is a virtue.
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