Drones are the future of delivery

But without regulations, danger looms overhead.


As e-commerce becomes more popular, delivery is facing an overwhelming need for change. Customers expect faster, free shipping with lower environmental impact. Companies expect reliable and efficient delivery systems that help keep costs down.

So, companies have expanded to drone technology to address this. But at what cost? And what regulations will keep them accountable?

Main Issues

Not Safe
Drones are easily affected by weather like rain and wind. Malfunctions can occur. And what goes up must come down. But what prevents a drone from crash landing into you?
Privacy Concerns
Is that drone recording you and your family right outside your window?
Drones were named after the buzzing bees. So they are quite loud. But imagine thousands of them flying around.
Limited Range
Battery has held back drone travel distance. So only people in close proximity could use delivery drones. And using larger batteries meant adding more weight to the drones.

Roads regulate Cars.

So what regulates Drones?

A video of a drone engaging with the tracks.

Since the drone industry is still young, there need to be rules and regulations put into place to prevent the aforementioned problems with drone delivery.

That’s where Drones On Track comes in.


Safety First
The Drone Tracks system disallows drones from leaving the track due to its strict methods for engaging and disengaging.
Cameras Optional
Cameras aren’t necessary for navigation when a drone is using the tracks.
Lower Noise
By using the hook (outfitted with wheels) to travel on the tracks, drones won’t need to activate their propellers for any extended period of time.
Limitless Distance
Low battery? No problem. Electrified tracks provide energy to not only power the hook, but charge the drone’s battery, allowing a drone to travel farther.

Contact us

Address : 562 Independence Road, East Stroudsburg, PA 18301
Email : info@dronesontrack.com