In the meantime, there’s also a growing number of drone deliveries that aren’t exactly being advertised.
That’s why a couple of weeks ago, I started a petition asking the Australian Government to consider introducing a pilot program.
The idea behind the petition is simple: if you have a drone delivery in your area, it’s time to get your own.
In the past, we’ve been able to make deliveries for free, but there are always challenges, and the potential for fraud.
We need to have a pilot, so we can start to look at the opportunities of this technology and start to move in a more sensible direction.
“There’s a lot of issues with the current system,” says Paul Williams, the co-founder of Drone Collective.
He’s the cofounder of The Drone Collective and says the current pilot program needs to change.
The current system is for companies to sign up and a pilot needs to be contracted.
So there’s a really big issue with the pilot program that is that it’s not a pilot that is going to be doing these deliveries, it will be a company.
Williams says the best way to move the pilot in the right direction is for the Federal Government to give the pilot a certificate.
Currently, the pilot certificate is for a single-use drone.
But if the Federal government gave the pilot the certificate for a multi-use model, he says it would be a major step towards creating a pilot-free system.
A pilot certificate would be used to establish a pilot’s licence, and then, if a pilot is licensed and is licensed to deliver, they would be able to do that as well.
And, Williams says, there are other steps that could be taken.
For example, if you’re flying a drone with a small payload and you need to deliver a package, the drone could be equipped with an app to deliver packages to remote locations.
You could also use drones for delivery in public spaces.
If a pilot had to make a flight to a remote location, they could use a drone as a delivery platform and use GPS to deliver parcels from there to a customer.
Other ideas in the petition include: setting up an “autonomous flying company” where a pilot would be given the ability to fly the drone and then fly the drones themselves, using the drone’s onboard camera.
There’s also the option of using drones as delivery platforms, as well as delivering parcels by the drone itself.
However, Williams is quick to say that the petition has not yet been received.
“[We’ve] got a few other things that have come to us that haven’t yet received any responses,” he says.
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