A week ago, Domino’s successfully delivered a pizza via drone in Auckland, New Zealand. The company, working with Flirtey, says it wants to be the first to offer regular drone delivery globally and aims to roll out flying pizza-copters, if the countries where it operates are willing to make it legal. Pizza-loving New Zealand was one of the first countries to give commercial drone delivery the green light last year. ”Our enabling laws and regulation means we have the ideal environment,” Transport Minister Simon Bridges boasted after the successful pizza drop. But the chain will face an obstacle that has nothing to do with regulation: The majority of adults surveyed in a recent poll don’t trust drones to deliver their pizza. The YouGov poll reveals that only 37% have faith their delivery would arrive undamaged. Only a third of those surveyed trust that a drone-delivered pie would arrive the right temperature or drop off the pizza with no problems. The other two-thirds presumably prefer a human delivery person to a robot. Though millennials were found to be more trusting of drone delivery in general, the poll suggests a problem bigger than just pepperoni. When it comes to other companies that might make drone deliveries, 38% say they’d trust Amazon, followed by the United States Postal Service (23%),… Read full this story
- Contributing to strengthening people's trust in Party, State, regime
- It’s no less than flying an aircraft, says company that is powering Dunzo’s test drone delivery of medicines
- Pizza chef shares hack for stealing a slice from customers without them noticing
- Doorbell camera catches mortifying moment woman 'forgets how pizza delivery works'
- Some people don’t leave opportunity to defame Ram Janmabhoomi: Uttar Pradesh Deputy CM Dinesh Sharma
- Drones, Pizzas And Vaccine Delivery: Medicine From The Sky May Be The Trump Card In Fighting COVID
- US Air Force’s Skyborg ‘Loyal Wingman’ AI Pilots Kratos Mako Drone for First Time
- The Future is Here: Google Wing Delivers Girl Scout Cookies | Digital Trends
- Fancy a gelato delivered to your door? Google launches world-first commercial drone business
- Can a group of angry residents in Australia take down Google's drone delivery project?
People don't trust drones to deliver pizza have 352 words, post on splinternews.com at September 1, 2016. This is cached page on Gatofuns. If you want remove this page, please contact us.