Flirtey says it has now completed 77 autonomous drone deliveries to customer homes in the U.S. The deliveries are the result of Flirtey and 7-Eleven’s commercial collaboration, which kicked off in July with an autonomous drone delivery to a customer’s [Read More]
Flirtey and Domino’s have begun autonomous delivery of pizzas from Domino’s stores to select customer homes. Flirtey’s DRU Drone deliveries were conducted in New Zealand as part of the companies’ ongoing tests. The two companies plan to launch pizza-by-drone deliveries [Read More]
Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd. (DPE) and Reno, Nev.-base drone company Flirtey have partnered to create what they say is the first commercial pizza-by-drone delivery model. The two companies exhibited the first stage of their partnership with a demonstration of pizza [Read More]
The convenience-store giant says the store-to-home delivery, done in coordination with Flirtey and the Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems, certainly won’t be the last one it conducts.
Simulyze Inc., a provider of operational intelligence (OI) technology, has announced the successful deployment of its Mission Insight OI application in support of what was the U.S.’ first ship-to-shore drone delivery. Taking place on the New Jersey coastline on June [Read More]
Drone delivery company Flirtey and Dr. Timothy Amukele, assistant professor of pathology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, recently conducted what they say was the first ship-to-shore drone delivery in the U.S. As previously announced before the event, Flirtey [Read More]
Drone delivery company Flirtey, the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the nonprofit Field Innovation Team (FIT) are teaming up to conduct what Flirtey says will be the U.S.’ first ship-to-shore delivery via unmanned aircraft system (UAS). Flirtey and [Read More]
The Flirtey drone used to make the first Federal Aviation Administration-approved drone delivery in the U.S. has been accepted into the collection of the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum, which also displays the Space Shuttle Discovery, the SR-71 Blackbird [Read More]
In conjunction with an FAA test site, the hexacopter flew autonomously along a predetermined delivery route in an urban environment in Nevada.