Online Ordering & Parcel Delivery


HeyBill
#1
I live in a multiple dwelling residence where parcel delivery is easy. Now we here of drone delivery to individual residence. I can't see it happening successfully.
 
Curious Cdn
#2
Quote: Originally Posted by HeyBillView Post

I live in a multiple dwelling residence where parcel delivery is easy. Now we here of drone delivery to individual residence. I can't see it happening successfully.

They parachute them directly into your driveway.

It's the same method that Storks use when they deliver babies.
 
Hoid
#3
i see it more as a rural thing than an urban thing.

would seem to be a good answer to deliveries to remote areas.
 
HeyBill
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by HoidView Post

i see it more as a rural thing than an urban thing.

would seem to be a good answer to deliveries to remote areas.

That makes sense to me Hoid. Hadn't thought of that
 
MHz
#5
Perhaps rural locations and villages are the target, City dwelling critters are within walking distance of a mailbox and other services already.
 
hunterclail1221
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious CdnView Post

They parachute them directly into your driveway.

It's the same method that Storks use when they deliver babies.

Lol. Could be pretty complicated when the drones cross paths with the storks.
 
Curious Cdn
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by hunterclail1221View Post

Lol. Could be pretty complicated when the drones cross paths with the storks.

Footless storks carrying babies make for a gruesome scene.
 
Hoid
#8
You could put bins on top of each apartment building
 
ValerieGreen
#9
This can be done by all the big fat MNCs but there are many drawbacks in that. Like what if it suddenly it rains, or battery drains out, what if the wrong person picks up the parcel and so on.
 
Curious Cdn
#10
Make the package explode if the iris reader built into it doesn't recognize you?

It may not be legal but that would improve the human genone.
 

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