Google launches delivery service with drones

Google запустил сервис доставки беспилотниками

While the Wing maintains 100 houses in spacious low-rise capital of Australia

The company Wing, which is owned by Google, has launched in Australia delivery service using drones, reports the BBC.

Food delivery, coffee and drugs will be drones in 100 homes in Canberra, capital of Australia.

Drones are allowed to fly only in the afternoon and at weekends – not before eight in the morning. Drones banned to fly over the crowds and over major roads.

For delivery service, the company Wing received permission from the aviation authorities of Australia and the local court.

Trials of the service began in 2014, but many residents complained about the noise. Then the authorities ordered to make the drone quieter.