drone-delivery-truckDrones are all the rage when talking about the future of small parcel, e-commerce deliveries, but we are not there yet.

The slightly more relaxed rules as recently established by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) require the operators to be licensed, the drones to be flown during daylight hours only, no more than 400 feet off the ground and remain visible to the operator at all times.

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