Tesco stores are testing drone delivery. The order will arrive 30 minutes after payment

Tesco began testing home delivery of small items to a customer within 30 minutes of

payment. The drones, located at a Tesco store in Oranmore, Ireland, will deliver "little baskets" of goods to all nearby areas.

The drones manufactured by Mannaare already delivering medicines and essential supplies. They fly at a maximum speed of 80 km / h and can deliver up to 4 kg of purchases at a time. In this case, the drone can return to the store several times.

Manna was planning to test deliverytakeaway food in March, but decided to deliver medicines during the coronavirus pandemic. Users can now order both groceries and essential supplies.

Amazon gets permission for drone delivery in the USA

Moreover, in 2019, according to the report of the Instituteof mechanical engineers, only a quarter of the UK adult population supported the idea of ​​deliveries using unmanned aerial vehicles due to safety and noise concerns.

In 2016, Amazon completed its firstcommercial delivery in the UK - it took 13 minutes. However, later local residents opposed further tests, who said that the devices were too noisy and unsafe.

At the same time, the federal administration of civilThe US Aviation Administration (FAA) has authorized Amazon to use drones to deliver goods across the country. The company's engineers are confident that this technology is safe - they will start testing it "in the near future."

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