The Wing division of Google’s parent company, Alfabit, has approved the deliveries of commercial UAVs in the United States after the Federal Aviation Administration allowed them to.
The approval of unmanned aircraft to be operated by wing, decision that carries a strict set of mandatory guidelines.
Wing will begin deliveries in two cities in Virginia, Blacksburg and Christiansburg, Radford Metropolitan statistical area.
Work will also begin in partnership with local companies to deliver products to these areas.
Although Wing is accredited by the Federal Aviation Administration, the company says it will work with local government to determine where and how to deploy their drones.
One of the main issues for commercial UAVs is privacy and noise.
What makes these helicopters unique is that they are completely independent and can fly up to 120 km / h (75 mph) using a total energy source without emissions.
It has surpassed its rival in commercial drones, which it plans to launch its own service.