Who would have thunk it? Forget driver-less cars and 3D printing. No, it’s going to be drones – the scourge of communities living near war zones – that will transform logistics, according to this article. Available for as little as $500 and with not much need for additional infrastructure, they could “revolutionize air freight delivery in the package space” – and more, apparently.
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