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June 16, 2019 Sunday 11:11:19 AM IST

Now Drones to Deliver Food

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Drones may be used for delivering food on a pilot basis by Uber in San Diego, California. It is partnering with McDonald's to deliver food to customers. As per a CNN report, food won't be delivered at doorsteps but in designated zones although the fees charged will be regular . However, the company is yet to get FAA approval for its drone delivery program. Drones can fly at a maximum speed of 70 mph. Drone delivery is expected to revolutionise food industry and Uber Eats is going to be the pioneer in this regard. Drones may cause safety, air traffic and noise pollution issues in cities. Google and Amazon are also likely to try drone deliveries.

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