Probably you've heard about our bright new future of delivery drones. Everyone from the USPS to Amazon is hot on the idea of aerial drones dropping packages from the sky practically into your lap. Even the federal government — typically slow to move — is acting quickly to get regulations into place.
But one pesky little problem remains: How to get the package-ladened drone from the warehouse to your doorstep. Batteries could run out if the distance is too far, and not only that, an abundance of drone traffic could become a flight-congestion nightmare.