It’s time to change tradition in UK this Christmas. The Hawkin’s Bazaar is going to deliver their products – gifts and toys – using drones in addition to the usual means of transportations.
The British shop chain will turn the sleigh and reindeer into innovative flying drones and people will receive their gifts by air, delivered at home with a special courier. Truck drivers or train companies won’t be surely pleased for the news but this won’t stop innovation and science.
Maybe, in the future, the current delivery companies will sell their trucks and buy drones instead. Perhaps it’s better, for drivers, to rethink their skills and start learning how to pilot drones instead of polluting vehicles.
We don’t really know what will happen in the future, but I feel we will discover it very soon. In the meantime, you can read this article to discover whether drones are really the future of parcel delivery.
But Hawkin’s Bazaar is not the first one because the famous Amazon already did that legally last year.
How would you prefer to have your package delivered? Will drones cause the death of trucks and other motorised vehicles?