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There’s a saying: use the right tool for the job. It means don’t use a tool that is too big or small for the task at hand – use one that is sized correctly. In the delivery space, the wrong tool is often used. For example, multi thousand pound vehicles deliver small packages on-demand all the time. At Wing, we’re designing a better tool. To deliver lots of small, lightweight packages – we designed a drone that is small and lightweight. Rightsizing the tool for the task is a key design philosophy for Wing. It drives everything from understanding the problem we’re trying to solve to the next iterations of drones we plan to build to how our drones see and perceive the world around them.
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The Wing Delivery App has been the primary way to access Wing’s drone delivery service since our first deliveries. Today, we’re excited to take a first step toward opening our platform so Wing’s drone delivery service can be accessed via third party apps. To kick things off, we’re partnering with global on-demand delivery leader DoorDash for a pilot of this new functionality in Logan, Australia.

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Coles, one of Australia’s largest grocery chains, will become Australia’s first major retailer to offer drone delivery directly from a store to customers' homes. We’re launching a service together in South East Queensland next month; the first drone delivery service in the Gold Coast region.

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ThumbnailThe European Union has recently made important progress in developing regulations for uncrewed aviation, providing a framework that seems poised to enable safe and scalable drone delivery. Wing is encouraged by what’s taking shape, and now we’re excited to explore the ways we can leverage these new regulations to bring this service to more European communities.
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At Wing, we spend a lot of time thinking about how to move packages through the sky. But for our drone delivery network to have the greatest impact, our ground game has to be on point too.

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How do you get a package from a drone to the ground? That’s a challenge we spent a lot of time trying to tackle. There are different ways you can accomplish this. You can drop it. But eggs and coffee tend to react badly to that.
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Here at Wing we spend a lot of time thinking about how to move packages through the sky. Solving the problem of on-demand delivery will always require a variety of vehicles. Just as the ideal vehicle for carrying a ton of gravel would be a dump truck rather than a sedan, the ideal aircraft to carry a bottle of medication is not the same as the best one to deliver a gallon of milk, and neither is suited to deliver a refrigerator. 
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