Attention all those who are sick and tired of waiting for their deliveries to arrive by snail mail or 3,000-pound, gas-guzzling vehicles: Zipline is coming to save the day! They’re introducing a delivery system that’s faster, cheaper, and eco-friendly, as well as pretty cool to watch! With Zipline’s intuitive app, customers can track their orders down to the second and even schedule the exact time they want their package to arrive. They can also follow instructions for precisely where you want it delivered – straight down the zipline to an exact point. That’s right, you can now schedule your pizza delivery to coincide with your favorite show on Netflix. It’s like having your own personal butler, but without the creepy aristocrat vibes.
Zipline’s new autonomous delivery drones, called P2 Zips, can carry up to 8 pounds of precious cargo and zip up to 10 miles away from a single dock. But that’s not all – they can also fly up to 24 miles one way from dock to dock, charging at each stop along the way. So basically, they’re like delivery ninjas that can make multiple stops without breaking a sweat. Plus, their docking and charging hardware is super light and easy to attach to any building or freestanding structure. And if you’re a business owner, you can even offer Zipline’s home delivery service in a variety of ways, including white labeling opportunities and by joining Zipline’s marketplace. It’s like having your own personal delivery army at your fingertips!
And let’s not forget about safety. Zipline has been in operation for over seven years and has completed over 500,000 commercial flights without a single safety incident. So you can rest easy knowing that your precious cargo is in good hands.
But enough talk – Zipline is planning to conduct high-volume flight tests this year, and the first customer deployment of P2 will follow shortly after that. So get ready world, because Zipline is about to take off. And with their plans to complete about 1 million deliveries by the end of 2023, and operate more flights annually than most airlines by 2025, it looks like they’re here to stay. You can learn more about the company and what they have to offer by clicking here