WYOMING \u2013 United Parcel Service working with partner CVS Pharmacy and technology development firm Matternet, is advancing a door-to-door program for the delivery of prescription drugs direct to customer\u2019s doorsteps via newly deployed commercial drones. As of November 1, two paying customers received UPS delivered medications using the Matternet M2 drone system. The logistical evolution is part \u2018n parcel to new parcel service initiative \u201cUPS Flight Forward\u201d a division dedicated to autonomous drone delivery, and both moves by UPS come in the wake of last month\u2019s Federal Aviation Administration approval to fly the company\u2019s fleet of commercial drones. The inaugural drone deliveries contained prescriptions filled by CVS pharmacists at Cary, NC. UPS employees loaded the drone\u2019s cargo, the vehicle flew autonomously from store location to the customer\u2019s residence to drop it package from a hover height of 20 feet. UPS had employed drones in a healthcare setting while working beside Matternet and WakeMed Hospital to perform business-to-business commercial deliveries in Raleigh, NC. With \u2018greenlight\u2019 given by the FAA, UPS now aims to up commercial drone presence on an increasing scale.