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Technological and Socio-cultural environment Francis, H. 2016, ‘Australia Post tests drones for parcel delivery’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 15 April, viewed 26 May 2016,

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Emerging technologies Unmanned aerial vehicles Avionics Embedded systems Robotics Delivery drone Technology Drone Engineering Electronics
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smh.com.au/technology/innovation/australia- post-tests-drones-for-parcel-delivery-20160415-go77a4.html> Summary Francis (2016) reports that Australian Post attempts to practice the technology of delivery drones operated by delivery drivers and it is on trial recently. A concern about safety of the technology is raised by customers. However, Australia Post chief executive promises that the technology will be implemented only when it is absolutely secured. Application of concepts The article can be linked to the technological and socio-cultural environment. The technology of delivery drones, which is been testing by Australia Post, presents a technological niche. According to Verbong and Geels (2007), technological niches refer to new technologies that threaten existing technologi...
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