Delivery drones to replace gig-economy cyclists, says Manna Aero founder
Bobby Healy says bicycle deliveries jobs lead to a high number of accidents and are ‘not good for the person doing it’
The bicycle delivery business will face an uphill struggle in a new era of drone technology, according to the founder of Manna Aero, the Irish drone delivery company.
Bobby Healy said competitors using gig-economy cyclists for deliveries would be under pressure from drones in the near future. But he said this would be a positive development as “everything about” delivering food and goods by bicycle was “not good for the person doing it”....
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