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Wal-Mart Stores said last month it was six to nine months from beginning to use drones to check warehouse inventories in the United States, suggesting drones will soon become part of our everyday lives.
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But Project Wing says that the main issue is reliably identifying safe and convenient delivery locations.
Mr Burgess said: 'We have to incorporate customer preferences — e.g.
many of our testers would like packages delivered to backyards so they're not visible from the road, or near kitchens so food items can be unpacked quickly.'And we have to be ready to accommodate changing conditions at the delivery location.'While our unmanned traffic management (UTM) platform lets us pre-plan a flight route, the sensors on our aircraft are responsible for identifying obstacles that might appear during a flight or delivery, like a car parked in an unexpected spot, or outdoor furniture that's been moved.'The more test deliveries we do, exposing the sensors on our aircraft to new delivery locations, the smarter our aircraft's algorithms will one day become at picking a safe spot for deliveries.'By partnering with Guzman y Gomez and Chemist Warehouse, Project Wing hopes that it will learn the easiest way to channel orders and deliver goods.
James Ryan Burgess, co-lead of Project Wing, said: 'In the case of Guzman y Gomez, who is our first delivery partner for this trial, we'll need to make sure our technology fits in smoothly into their kitchen operations'Mr Burgess said: 'In the case of Guzman y Gomez, who is our first delivery partner for this trial, we'll need to make sure our technology fits in smoothly into their kitchen operations, as their staff have to juggle many orders at once to ensure that every customer is served fresh, hot food in a timely fashion.'We want to learn how much notice to give them for a drone's arrival so that they can cook, pack, and load it in one well-timed workflow.'The trial will be completed in southeastern Australia over the next few months, and it is unclear if Project Wing plans to trial the system elsewhere in the future.
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