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By Food and Beverages | Tuesday, February 16, 2021

As drones become popular and their potentials advance, the food delivery industry is adopting them to reduce costs and offer value.

FREMONT, CA: As drones become popular and their capabilities innovate, several sectors are adopting them as a means of driving down expenses and offering values. One industry that is experiencing the wind of change is the delivery industry—especially drones food delivery. Is it possible to reliably and cost-effectively deliver all food orders after a customer makes the order? Can this be performed at scale and under various weather conditions? Here is more to know.

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In the real sense of the word, drones can offer whatever they can carry and fly with. In the instance of drone food delivery, some initial steps have even been made in this regard by many companies that have performed public tests involving limited implementations of drones in certain areas. But all these have been closely surveilled experiments involving drones flying predetermined routes under good weather conditions. However, many businesses have this future in mind for drone food delivery and are making small strides in that direction.

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The drone food delivery revolution fired off the world, and companies are teaming up with drone startups to deliver food packages. Today, companies are deep into testing food deliveries in partnership with an undisclosed restaurant. The partnership aims to offer the information needed for developing a regulatory framework to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

After initial testing, companies have embarked upon establishing their drone food delivery service. The FAA is approving the endeavor, and companies are looking to add other restaurant partners to the program. In this system, customers will order meals, partner restaurants will prepare and load these meals onto drones, and then these drones will fly to a predetermined drop-off location. A delivery driver will complete the last mile to hand the food to the customer from that drop-off point.

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