- November 19, 2016 / 2 min readTo avoid the charging of delivery boys everywhere, Dominos has introduced advanced technology in the pizza delivery service.
A suburban house in New Zealand ordered a pizza from Dominos and then after sometime, they get a pizza delivered by drone.
Yes, you read that correct, one of Flirtey's DRU drones delivered the pizza to the family.
To avoid the charging of delivery boys everywhere, Dominos has introduced advanced technology in the pizza delivery service.
Don Meij, CEO and Managing Director of Domino's Group, said, "We invested in this partnership, and technology, because we believe drone delivery will be an essential component of our pizza deliveries, so even more customers can receive the freshest, hottest pizza we can offer."
He says the goal is to deliver pizza within 10 minutes.
Meji further added, "They can avoid traffic congestion and traffic lights, and safely reduce the delivery time and distance by traveling directly to customers' homes. This is the future. This will actually create jobs. As we expand, we will look to hire additional team members whose roles will be focused on drone order loading and fleet management."
Matt Sweeny, CEO, Flirtey, said, "The eyes of Silicon Valley and the world are on New Zealand, which has the most forward-thinking aviation regulations, and Flirtey and Domino’s are excited to be bringing world-leading technology, international investment, and high paying jobs to New Zealand. We have beenTrending ArticleDaily UpdatesWhich is the highest format preference of Fun-Seeker?
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