Walmart service is started drone delivery in Arizona, Florida and TexasIn the United States, with the goal of creating the capacity to deliver one million packages a year using drones.
The Drone Up service is part of the company’s expansion plan, which is currently focused on offering this delivery option in six states and covering four million homes, reports hispaviación.es, The other three are Arkansas, Utah, and Virginia. Total, 34 stores in 23 cities Their delivery will be done by drone. DroneUp has already launched three distribution centers in Walmart stores in northwest Arkansas.
customers who are on less than a mile from shops Participants (four in the Phoenix area, seven in the Tampa and Orlando areas, and 11 in the Dallas area) can access the service.
Stores that have this service host a DroneUp delivery center comprised of a team of certified pilots who safely manage flight operations for delivery. Once a customer places an order, the item is prepared in-store, packaged, loaded onto a drone, and delivered. right in your yard Via a cable that gently lowers the package.
Over 10,000 items
According to Walmart, “drones can deliver more than 10,000 items weighing less than 10 pounds (4.5 kg), including fragile items like eggs, in as little as 30 minutes. There are no minimum orders and the delivery fee is a single Is. $3.99,
“Drone delivery makes it possible for our customers to easily purchase last-minute or forgotten items in packages,” says Vic Gopalakrishnan, Walmart’s vice president of innovation and automation.