Amazon Prime the service where drones are made to deliver packages via Amazon to the Prime Specific Area or where the Drones can be accessible and drive back. Drones are faster and take less effort than manhandling deliveries. However, Big Drones can weigh up to 5 pounds and deliver in 30 minutes with the speed of 30mph, and small drones use less time and run with the pace of 50 mph.
Amazon MARS stands for (machine learning, automation, robotics and space exploration) had launched the public demonstration of the Drone technology in California on Monday. The drone was experimented by delivering the sunscreen bottles to a targeted location, and after removing the package from the drone, it flew away. That’s how this technology works.
If we throw more light on the experiment, then we may found that this test was handled on the private U.S property as Amazon recently released the video of drone delivering package publicly in U.k the last December and found less regularity difficulty.
Amazon has a long way to go as to use a drone to deliver packages with much regulatory approval rate to operate on a large scale for its at least 50 million US members. Last year FAA set new rules where commercial drones can weigh less than 50 pounds and allowing a small fly during daylight hours because they can be seen from a distance of the operator.
The amazon prime air service has to be launched in December 2017 as reported directly by the Amazon. Currently, Amazon has multiple development centers to test the prime technology in U.S, UK, Austria and Israel where numbers of tests are being executed with a vehicle at various locations.
We also heard that Amazon is about to provide its truck distribution system to get away from depending on FedEx (FDX) and UPS as reported by the James Kelleher from Argus Research director of research.