Drone Food Delivery in Helsinki to Start Summer 2019

PHILLIP SMITH | May 20, 2019

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Google’s parent company Alphabet will soon service Helsinki with flying robotic couriers. Alphabet announced that in the coming weeks, residents of the city will be able to order food items by phone, to have them dropped off by Wing drones and Wing’s blog post outlined a detailed road-map.

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