SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Add Walmart to the list of retailers that want to drop off your packages, literally — using drones.

The world’s biggest big-box store applied to the Federal Aviation Administration for permission to research drone use in “deliveries to customers at Walmart facilities, as well as to consumer homes,” according to Reuters.

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Amazon, Google, Dominos Pizza have been also been testing drones for deliveries.

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Walmart wants to use drones for grocery delivery and pickup, and for its warehouse operations.

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The FAA has yet to approve drones for commercial use. The agency is expected to finalize regulations within a year.