Kroger is launching its drone delivery pilot program this week.
The grocery chain has partnered with Drone Express to make deliveries to customers’ homes or to the current location of their cell phone via drones flown by certified pilots.
The deliveries do not have to be made just to customers’ homes.
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“The possibilities for customers are endless – we can enable Kroger customers to send chicken soup to a sick friend or get fast delivery of olive oil if they run out while cooking dinner,” said Beth Flippo, chief technology officer for Telegrid Technologies, the company that owns Drone Express.
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Source: Jared Leone, Cox Media Group National Content Desk
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