Drone Design Fiction Brief:
The GAO has identified 4 major obstacles to drones (UAS) entering the national airspace (in its publication on the subject of 2012). They are:
1) sense-and-avoid: it is a standard practice of aviation that a pilot should at all times be able to see and avoid obstacles. Drones do not have this ability (though research is being done in this area).
2) command and control: non-military drones do not have a clear, reserved radio frequency for their control, and there are no standards for this control between systems.
3) standards: while there are international groups working on it, there are currently no standards on airworthiness for drones, and all COA granted by the FAA are on a case by case basis, per drone.
4) regulation: there is no defined process for any of the above to guide development.
So: rather than show me a video of a drone dropping a box on a door step, design-fiction me the solutions to all four of those problems. The winner gets a national airspace chock full of drones. Go!