While we still don’t know what will happen with Brexit, one thing we can all be sure of is that it will trigger major changes in supply chain management for many businesses in the UK and throughout Europe. In this guide we look into how businesses can prepare their supply chain operations for Brexit.
As consumers come to expect faster and faster delivery times, delivery or cargo drones could provide a low-cost, speedy solution.
What Is A Drone?
Also known as an "unmanned aerial vehicle" (UAV), a drone is an unpiloted aircraft or spacecraft. Drones can be operated remotely by a person or they can be controlled intelligently by computers, or in most cases, a combination of both.
Initially drones were primarily associated with the military and aviation sectors, however, they are now being increasingly used for various activities within the leisure, non-profit and commercial spheres. In this piece, we will look at how retailers and logistics companies could use drones to deliver parcels to customers.