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Guzman y Gomez to trial delivery drones

The ‘Drone Mothership’ now serves burritos, chips & guac via drone to a number of chosen testers in the suburb of Royalla, ACT.

Guzman y Gomez has partnered with X’s Project Wing to help them trial their delivery drones.

The brand created and built the Drone Mothership in Sydney, and then packed it up and headed south to Project Wing’s drone test site.

After numerous test flights, the first paid delivery of Guzman y Gomez burritos were delivered to the outskirts of Royalla and is continuing this day.

Currently, a select group of testers can download the test app to order and pay for burritos that will be delivered via drone to their homes.

Founder and Global CEO Steven Marks said, “When I started Guzman y Gomez in Newtown, Sydney 10 years ago, I could not have imagined we would be partnering with X which is part of one of my favourite tech companies in the world to bring this ground-breaking project to life. It’s a dream come true for Guzman y Gomez, and this is just one of the ways we are committed to re-inventing fast food for the 21st century.”  

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