Tacos from Above

Start-up wants to deliver tacos via drone helicopter – FAA regs don’t allow for that.

“Current U.S. FAA regulations prevent … using UAVs [Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, like drones] for commercial purposes at the moment,” Simpson said over Gchat. “Honestly I think it’s not totally unreasonable to regulate something as potentially dangerous as having flying robots slinging tacos over people’s heads … [O]n the other hand, it’s a little bit ironic that that’s the case in a country where you can be killed by drone with no judicial review.”

From HuffPost

5 Responses

  1. You wouldn’t have to tip, so that would be nice…


  2. Great…So if we see a drone flying above, we won’t know if we’re going to be shot or eat a delicious taco?


  3. Wonder what the payload of the TacoCopter is? Can you order a sackful?

    And the TacoCopter website has an ad box for LobsterCopter. Sweet.


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