An American brewing company based in the state of Minnesota, Lakemaid beer, has been serving beer orders to his clients - mostly isolated fishermen in the middle of a frozen lake nearby - using a curious system: the drones or drones.
The establishment considered that it could be a good claim and would offer a practical service to those who were practicing fishing miles away from the nearest inhabited town and with this idea has been making its beer deliveries through this novel system. Until the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the US Aviation Agency found out about the operation and, considering that the idea could be fun but violated all kinds of codes, it forced to cut the supply.
As reported by the USA edition of Huffington Post, the company released the new service last week through a video on YouTube, indicating that just by giving the coordinates on the map, the drone He was able to locate and deliver the beers to any customer, no matter how isolated and lost his cabin was on Minnesota's huge frozen lake.
Although those responsible for Lakemaid Beer claim that its drones never flew above 400 feet (122 meters) - the maximum height currently set by the FAA -, it seems that the US Aviation Agency does not plan to regulate the uses of drones for commercial purposes until 2015.
Article published on February 01, 2014