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British Chinese restaurants use drones to bring takeaway box
2018-08-07 14:50
Dundee, a Chinese food takeaway restaurant in the United Kingdom, had imagined using drones to deliver food. Recently, the takeaway restaurant announced that it had been tested successfully. They brought the take-away lunch box to the sky for the first time with a drone, and then returned safely.
According to sightings, on May 7, a remotely-controlled drone flew into the sky with a lunch box and flew back to the base with undifferentiated food. Steven Zhou, the owner of the take-away store, said that although there are still many official hurdles, he believes the technology will eventually be applied. He said that in the next decade, this technology will be everywhere. He also said: "Some people think I am crazy, but in the next few years, Dundee will have a scene in the Star Wars."
The British Civil Aviation Supervision Bureau had previously confirmed that they were "impossible" to approve the plan. However, this decision did not prevent Mr. Zhou from acting. It is said that Mr. Zhou was an engineer of Cathay Pacific Airlines.
The weather was good on the day of the test flight, but the onlookers yelled at Mr. Zhou, "You're crazy!" Mr. Zhou was unmoved, sending the aircraft to the sky and making a thumbs-up. According to reports, after the drone flew for more than a minute, the pilots took it back and let it fall. In the lunch box tied on the plane, there was no damage to the food.
The pilots who helped the flight said that it was the first time for them to use drones to deliver food. Prior to this, the media had many negative reports on the application of drones. However, from this flight, it can be seen that there is actually no problem. All operations are performed under controlled conditions.(According to British "English Times")
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