Is it a good idea to use drones to deliver packages?
Is it a good idea to use drones to deliver packages? I’m sure that this question is asked on a daily basis, and in
my opinion it really depends on where you live, and the circumstances of why is a drone being used to make a delivery
of a package. Is it because you live in a rural area, and it has rained, and the UPS, FedEx, DHL, or Amazon driver had
to get a tow truck to come, and get the vehicle the last time that it rained heavily, and the dirt road became muddy, and
your vehicle got stuck? If this is the case, then it’s a good idea to use drones to deliver packages, as long as the drone
knows how to differentiate between the odd side of the street versus the even side of the street. One might ask, exactly
what do you mean by this? You live at 174410 Salt River Dr., and your neighbor across the street has a physical address of
174411 Salt River Dr., so the drone has to understand the difference between the odd side of the street versus the even side,
because it could possibly be diabetic medication for your neighbor, and neither one of the houses that are across the street
from one another has numbers painted on their curb, nor do they have numbers identifying the physical address of their location.
The drone could possibly leave your medication at your neighbor’s house because it can’t differentiate between the odd, and even
side of the street.
If it’s lightning outside, remember that it’s probably unsafe to fly a drone, especially for delivery in the event that the
drone is struck by lightning you might not never recover the drone, or the package that you ordered off of Amazon. If it’s raining
hard the address might possibly get smeared, which could also cause problems with a drone making a delivery. So is it a good idea
to use drones to deliver packages? It depends on the location, your judgement, if it’s safe, then it’s a good idea to use drones to
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