A new delivery system for dinner has launched at Timbre @ Substation restaurant in Singapore. The lively restaurant has deployed drones to deliver food and beverage orders to its customers. This isn't another case of technology out-playing real humans, the drones and the restaurant staff work together to share the load, and the waiters are now more available to attended to their hosting responsibilities, while the drones keep the orders flowing, or should we say, flying. 

This is by no means the first attempt to introduce such a system. Several restaurants in America have already tried, and failed to streamline a drones waiting fleet, with safety issues being the main cause of failure. 

Timbre has learned from these mistakes and designed drones that are specially designed to dodge stationary objects, detect other drones, and even fly in formation. Let's start the count down now for the first drone restaurant to hit the Middle East...

A restaurant in Singapore is using drones for waiters

A restaurant in Singapore is using drones for waiters