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  • Swiss Post to trial delivery drones
  • Swiss Post to trial delivery drones
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Swiss Post to trial delivery drones

A future where drones zip around above our heads, delivering parcels within the hour just got a little closer with the Swiss Post’s announcement that it'll be trialling delivery drones to send mail. It hopes the drones will be ready to transport high priority items to your doorstep by 2020.



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