As early as June, the company would test the revolutionary method, which it hopes will deliver faster.
Now that a lot of people have been forced to work from home, and ordering food is the primary source of income for restaurants as well (quasi-the only one if we take it with us), the work of couriers is especially valuable – fortunately, the drone invented by Pizza Hut Israel would not take away from them. system is even meant to help them.
A The Wall Street Journal According to his report, testing will begin in Israel as early as June. The thing is, the drones deliver the pizza to the couriers (provided they are in a place where the robots can fly in), which they then hand over, but so they don’t have to return to the restaurant for more servings.
The service is being developed by a company called Dragontail, which is said to be already working with KFC and Dominos. However, there are various pitfalls: for example, the drones can hold roughly 2.5kg, which is estimated to be equivalent to two pizzas and a can of soft drink – probably few will order more than that, but Pizza Hut wants to increase capacity by June.
Amazon is trying the same thing, and Amazon is struggling with the same problem anyway: Prime Air drones can carry 2.25 kg, and the size of the package doesn’t matter.
Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.
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