According to Ars Technica, Amazon is testing experimental drone deliveries of customer orders in California and Texas, with the eventual goal of sending parcels flying to customers’ homes within an hour.
Amazon Prime Air, the company’s drone delivery service, has already delivered a small number of parcels to customers’ backyards in Lockeford, California, and College Station, Texas, in the days leading up to Christmas.
Our goal is to release our drones into the air without causing any harm. For now, we’re focusing on these areas, but Amazon Air spokeswoman Natalie Banke told KTXL Fox 40 that the company plans to expand delivery service to additional consumers in the future.
Amazon has been granted permission by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to begin using drones for package delivery in 2020 and has filed the Final…
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