Uber has joined a growing list of companies keen on using drones for delivery.
It wants to integrate the technology into UberEats, its meal-delivery service, and envisages dropping off its first drone-delivered dinners as early as 2021.
The company better known for ridesharing revealed earlier this year that it’s keen to utilize drone technology for its UberEats meal-delivery service, but a job ad spotted over the weekend by the Wall Street Journal suggests, for the first time, a target date for its first drone delivery.
The job ad is titled “flight standards and training” and the position is based in Uber’s home city of San Francisco.
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