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Zomato Runs Successful Test for Food Delivery Drone

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Ritika Pandey
Startup/Tech News Correspondent, Features exclusive interviews with startups working on IOT, AI, ML, Cloud, Mobile Technologies, Holds the Bachelor of Asian Academy of Film & Television, ritika can be reached at [email protected]

The Gurugram based startup that cooked the books as food delivery and restaurant launched the startup as Zomato, that took over the cutting edge technology with its first fruitful endeavour at food delivery platform through Drone.

The test for the same was held by making the use of a hybrid drone that marked a fusion fixed wings and rotary wings on the side drone as mentioned. Furthermore, the company mentions that test Drone came out successful and it was possibly capable to stretch to a distance of 5 kms with just the 10 minutes duration.

This was captured to be done with a speed of 80 kmph that carried the loadings of nearly 5 kgs with it.

According to the recent updates on Zomato’s biker fleet, it is estimated to deliver food in nearly 30.5 minutes. In the month of December last year, the startup acquired Tech Eagle Innovations that is known to be a Lucknow-Based startup that functions specifically to cater the needs with the Drones.

TechEagle is estimated to shoulder the startup, Zomato to bend towards the development across the nation with drone-based food delivery. As the reports mentioned by Zomato, it clarifies the concept that drone is built as a lightweight, in-built and following up computer that senses and avoids any stable or dynamic objects that hinder its movement.

Thus, it makes a complete efficient technology for autonomous flights and functioning of the effective startup.

The drones formulated to look after the needs, are efficient to function like a helicopter and take-off vertically.

This allows the drone to transit the airplane mode while covering the maximum distance stably and swapping back to land vertically without any airstrip in the process.

The drones are required to function to pick up the food from the closest restaurant hub that is the dispatch station and drop it to the nearest customer hub that would become the landing station of the drone.

Every drone is being tested as of now, to ensure complete safety for the customers and the pilots. Thus, the use of Drones may prove effective and convenient not only for the startup but also for the customers, significantly.

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