“Sberbank” for the first time tested the delivery of cash with the help of the drone. This was told first Deputy Chairman of the management Board, Lev Khasis.
The drone successfully delivered the money from the cash center to cash-in-transit vehicle, said Khasis. According to the representative of “Sberbank”, the drone flew at a speed of about 180 km/h.
“An important day in the life of collection of the savings Bank. Today is the first time our spectrum in the framework of the pilot project has carried out the actual successful delivery of cash from cash centre to an armoured car with a speed about 180 kilometres per hour,” wrote the Khasis on the page in Facebook.
According to him, the drone flew for about 10 miles. “We will continue testing,” — said the Khasis.
In late may, the Chairman of Sberbank, Stanislav Kuznetsov told journalists that Tatarstan in the summer can begin the experiment in the delivery of cash to the office drones, despite existing some legal restrictions. CEO German Gref said that the credit institution uses to transport containers of paint that an unauthorized autopsy “turns cash into an ordinary paper”.
The Bank of Russia is currently working on changes to rules of transportation of money. In may, the regulator issued a draft regulation, which inter alia allows banks to transport cash with “special devices”.