delivery drones

Prime Air drones can carry packages weighing up to 5 pounds.
The retailer wants to test drones for its grocery pickup service, which it has recently expanded to 23 markets.
The retail giant will use drones manufactured in China.
The FAA granted Amazon's request to test delivery drones in a letter dated Wednesday, posted on the agency's website. April
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Jeff Bezos announced plans for ‘Amazon Prime Air,’ a service that utilizes small drones for quick deliveries. What are the legal, ethical and practical considerations of a drone-based delivery service? Will this grand plan ever get off the ground?
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“The hard part here is putting in all the redundancy,” Bezos said. “All the reliability to say this can’t land on somebody’s