Dominos Testing Pizza Delivery Drones + Drone Test Flight Footage

Dominos Pizza Drones?! Dominos Pizza Delivery Drones for New Zealand as the pizza delivery company tests delivery your dominos pizza via drone flight! A food flight! Pizza Drone by Dominos will soon be a thing in New Zealand and Unites States. Fancy getting your pizza delivered by drone? Flirtey Dominos Pizza Drones are Food Delivery Drones, FOOD DRONES!

Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd conducted a demonstration pizza delivery by drone in the New Zealand city of Auckland on Thursday, and afterwards said it aimed to be the first company to launch a regular drone service, late this year.

‘We’ve always said that it doesn’t make sense to have a 2-tonne machine delivering a 2-kilogram order,’ Domino’s Chief Executive Officer Don Meij said.

With clear skies and small population of 4.4 million, New Zealand last year became one of the world’s first countries to clear commercial drone deliveries but some of the world’s biggest companies – including Amazon.com Inc and Google – have plans to make deliveries by drone and aviation authorities in the United States, Britain, Australia and New Zealand have been relaxing rules to allow deliveries by air.

Although it once would have seemed like a scene from The Jetsons, drone delivery could be used to save time and money with an air-borne supply chain dispensing with you know, actual human employees.

But Philip Solaris, director of another drone company, X-craft Enterprises, said that while New Zealand has accommodating regulations on drones, Domino’s would be held back by a rule requiring drones to be kept in sight at all times.

‘I can’t truly see how commercially viable that idea is because you would have to literally have somebody walking along to keep it in the line of sight, watching it at all times,’ Solaris said.

Domino’s service would still need to overcome ‘random hazards (like) power lines, moving vehicles, children in the backyard playing”, he said.

The Domino’s delivery used a drone provided by U.S.-headquarted Australian drone company Flirtey.

Domino’s said it is also looking at opportunities for drone delivery trials in Australia, Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Japan and Germany.

In Australia, drone deliveries will be legal next month, provided the drones stay at least 30 metres (100 feet) from houses.

While n the United States, drones will be allowed to make deliveries from Aug. 29, but not across state lines or over people.

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