Facebook intends to include more workers in its drone team. The social networking service posted a few job vacancies for experts such as technicians, aeronautical engineers for its London office.
It appears like the United Kingdom has become a center for all the big tech giants. Last week, Amazon involved a few new specialists in its Prime Air delivery Drone team.
As per the job description, the company wants these specialists to work on its aircraft project. These experts will work on the structure, trial and development of the aircraft.
Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook informed that the firm plans to build a satellite, drones and special lasers in order to make internet service available to everyone. The social networking service company will launch its first drone airborne in the middle of 2015.
Yael Maguire, the head of Facebook connectivity department stated that these drones would be similar to the planes in terms of size.
Zuckerberg took it as a charity instead of a step to increase revenue for its business. However, it is expected that if the company deliver the internet to the entire world then it would certainly try hard to convert them into its clients. Presently, the company has 1.35 billion users whereas the total population of Earth is 7.1 billion.