The world’s first flying drone delivery was approved in Australia yesterday (April 9) after the examination.
Google Project Wink, a subsidiary of Google’s parent company Alphabet, has been involved in online delivery by drone, over the past 18 months.
The first test was tested for delivery of food and beverages, drugs, chocolate and coffee made locally
Considering this, the Canberra city air supervisor in Australia has signed this plan.
Peter Gibson media spokes person said to The Guardian that “Drones safety,
transport management system, maintenance, drone pilot training and operational plans have been studied.
Security issues are also evaluated. There is no risk for people on the ground, public property and aircraft.”
He said that operating the drone in the day time will be approved after a severe test.
The drone has been banned to go through the main roads and the drone will operate with safe distance from the people on the ground.
This innovative idea of Google is a prospect for the future to maintain itself in the field of competition and to prove the pioneer among fellow competitors.