In Spain it will be very difficult to see drones delivering packages at home

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If lately we talk a lot about the topic of how the largest companies on the planet, especially those that are dedicated to internet sales, are already working on programs that seek to develop autonomous drones that are much more capable of delivering packages at home and even certain countries are working on the creation of new legislation to regulate them and allow its use, in Spain it seems that we are going against the tide again.

It is true that we are talking about a technology that is too new to which it still has a long way to go, but it is also very true that there are many companies dedicated to research and development that work practically every day to ensure that this type of program, when the time comes, is completely viable.

Due to the problems with this technology, our leaders prefer to turn their backs rather than offer solutions

One of the points where our rulers seem to stagnate It is based on the fact that, according to them, the programs being developed by companies of the size and scope of DHL, Google, Amazon ... have as their main objective to deliver this type of packages in open country areas, that is, buyers need to have a garden or area without trees large enough for this type of program to be carried out.

As is logical, we are facing one more of the many problems that must be solved, it is not only worth announcing that in Spain this cannot be carried out because 66,5% of Spaniards live in residential buildings and stay there , without listening to any kind of proposal. An example of Possible solution We have it in the one given by some experts who believe in being able to create a kind of mailboxes on the roofs of the buildings themselves that can communicate wirelessly that they have received some type of merchandise.


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