Transform your delivery system with Deuce Drone

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Deuce Drone will design and build your company’s drone delivery system, leveraging your existing infrastructure.

Last mile delivery is key. Drones are the solution.

Deuce Drone. Where e-commerce and brick and mortar intersect.

Deuce Drone News

  • How the pandemic has sped up autonomous grocery delivery

    Autonomous grocery delivery has been more of a neat-to-have service than a need-to-have one. During the pandemic, however, when the desire for not just delivery but contactless delivery has grown rapidly, the idea of having a robot pull up curbside w...   Read Full Article

  • Rouses Markets is aiming for 30 minute grocery drone delivery

    Rouses Markets will test an unmanned grocery delivery pilot program this Autumn. The grocer has partnered with Deuce Drone for the demonstration with an Aerial Drone Delivery Interface System (ADDIS) at the Rouses Market on Airport Boulevard in Mo...   Read Full Article

  • Local companies demonstrate drone delivery at The Grounds

    Officials with Rouses and Buffalo Wild Wings were at The Grounds to demonstrate how to use drones to make contactless deliveries. The two companies have partnered with Deuce Drones to make that happen. The drone company tested the drones that w...   Read Full Article

  • Mobile-based Deuce Drone holds delivery demonstration flight

    Mobile-based drone delivery service Deuce Drone held its first flights in the public view on Thursday, simulating the kind of package deliveries that it aims to begin making for real before the end of the year.   Read Full Article

  • The future of doorstep delivery being tested in Mobile; Drones could soon deliver orders in minutes

    A lot of people consider drones the future and by the end of this year customers in Mobile and Baldwin counties could soon get food from Buffalo Wild Wings or groceries from Rouses delivered from the air.   Read Full Article

  • Rouses Markets, a regional supermarket chain, will test unmanned drone grocery delivery this fall to compete with Amazon's delivery speed

    On July 7, Gulf Coast supermarket chain Rouses Markets announced in a press release it would test grocery delivery via unmanned drone in the fall.   Read Full Article

  • Deuce Drone, a last-mile delivery specialist for bricks-and-mortar businesses, has signed to trial a new grocery delivery programme in Alabama.

    The trial will begin this autumn and will make use of an aerial drone delivery interface system (ADDIS).   Read Full Article

  • For drone delivery startup, Mobile means open skies

    If, as planned, a drone carries a food order from a Buffalo Wild Wings store in Mobile to a waiting customer next month, that’ll be a small step forward for drones.   Read Full Article

  • The future of drone delivery is bright but most of the stories revolve around the possibilities of the application and not establishing the timeline of when will we see drone delivery become a practical last mile solution.

    A lot of people consider drones the future and by the end of this year customers in Mobile and Baldwin counties could soon get food from Buffalo Wild Wings or groceries from Rouses delivered from the air.   Read Full Article

About Us

Same day delivery that doesn’t break the bank - that’s every retailer’s dream. The fact is, store owners must have high-speed order fulfillment if they are going to successfully compete with Amazon.

The problem is the last mile of delivery to the consumer’s doorstep is so expensive! The cost of that final leg of the journey represents more than half of total delivery expense. Meanwhile, with traffic and so many stops to make, it just takes too long for packages to arrive at their final destination.

We help solve the last mile delivery problem for brick and mortar retailers by enabling drone shipment from existing stores. Leveraging clients’ current infrastructure, we design, build, and operate drone delivery systems, transforming retail stores into customer fulfillment centers.

Deuce Drone provides a cost-effective, technology-driven solution for same-day delivery that allows retailers to compete with major e-commerce players.

Our Team

Deuce Drone has a highly experienced leadership team, with expertise in logistics, aerospace, construction, and technology.

Rhett Ross

Rhett Ross

Mr. Ross has 30 years of aerospace and engineering management experience. Former President and CEO of Continental Aerospace Technologies, Ross is credited with leading the company in five successful acquisitions to add technology and additional product lines valued in excess of $40 million. Prior to his role at Continental, Mr. Ross was President of Teledyne Energy Systems, Inc., a manufacturer of thermoelectric, electrolytic hydrogen generation, and fuel cell devices. Mr. Ross is a former member of the Advisory Panel to the U.S. Department of Energy’s Laboratory Hydrogen Program Review Team and of the U. S. Congress Office of Technology Assessment Advisory Panel for the Review of Advanced Automotive Technology. He is also the former President of the U.S. Fuel Cell Council. Mr. Ross holds both a Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering and a Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Florida.

Philip Burton

Philip Burton

As President and CEO of Burton Property Group (BPG), one of the largest real estate development firms in South Alabama, Phillip Burton currently manages a $200 million portfolio throughout the southeast. Prior to his current role, Mr. Burton served as President/CEO of BBMC/MCS Investments, Inc. He is also a founder of the Beverly Burton Scholarship Trust, named in honor of his late mother, which provides college scholarship opportunities to the Boys & Girls Clubs Youth of the Year recipients. He is also a board member of the Mobile Chamber of Commerce and University of South Alabama’s Foundation for Research and Commercialization, as well as a member of the YPO Southeastern Chapter. Mr. Burton attended the University of South Alabama.

John W. Fanning

John W. Fanning

John W. Fanning, Founding Chairman and CEO of napster, has been a pioneer in Internet Technologies for over 30 years. In addition to his work with napster on the distributed aggregation of content, he has introduced such net-related innovations as client-server game play, voice over IP, and auto-upgrading/authentication. Since 1994, he has founded numerous successful Internet ventures, including napster, NetGames, NetMovies, and NetCapital.

Kelton Hardrict Jr.

Kelton Hardrict Jr.

Kelton Hardrict Jr. (KJ) is a graduating senior studying Aerospace Engineering at MIT. He is an experienced researcher having conducted research in MIT’s Space Propulsion Lab, Human Systems Lab, and Space Systems Lab; he has also spent a summer conducting research in Stanford’s Structures and Composites Lab. In industry, KJ has completed two successful intern stints at Northrop Grumman Aerospace Corporation in the roles of Software Engineer and Systems Dynamics Engineer. During his undergraduate career, KJ has also created and grown his brand on YouTube with over 7 million views and 75,000 subscribers. Next fall, KJ plans to begin his pursuit of both an Aerospace Engineering Master’s Degree and PhD at Stanford University in autonomous systems.

Timmy Hussain

Timmy Hussain

Timmy is a graduating senior studying Aerospace Engineering at MIT with a minor in Management from MIT’s Sloan School of Management. He has experience working with real-time systems, robotics, and machine learning. Timmy has successfully completed several research positions in these areas holding positions at MIT CSAIL's Interactive Robotics Group, MIT's Human Systems Laboratory and Stanford University's Aerospace Design Laboratory working on the development of an Electric Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) drone system.

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