The efforts from Amazon in order to create delivery drones are popular and now the online retailer has created the first air drone delivery to its customer by using one of the custom created drones. The first package has been dropped by air drone delivery from the Prime Air fleet that is made a flight in Cambridgeshire for 13-minute. This is the first trial of the flight in order to deliver the packages to a couple of customers.
The company has released the promotional video in order to promote this unbelievable technology which shows that customer who is ordering on a tablet that is handled by a person in a fulfillment center that has been specially designed.
After is has been packaged, the items that has been ordered and Amazon Fire TV stick is put in a box which is located inside the drone. By using electric conveyor, the drone can be moved. GPS will guide the drone and then it will take off the house of the customer. After that in the video shows that the customer was sitting to wait for their air drone delivery before the UAV shows nearby garden. The specialist pad has been prepared for its lands.
According to Amazon, it will use the data that has been collected in the beta test and result in order to increase the trial to a lot of customers in the future. Right now, the air drone delivery has been trialed with two customers but it will be offered to a lot of customers near the base of Cambridge.
As customers, they can be able to order seven days in a week, but they have to do so when the weather is perfect and in daylight hours. In a month of July, Amazon was gotten permission in order to begin the air drone delivery which does not need the pilot in order to check out the craft. Amazon has been given by the Civil Aviation Authority special allowance in order to conduct the flights that will be against the rules normally. ACC gave permission in order to enhance technologies in three different situations which are where a person flies a couple of drones at once, stopping the UAVs crashing into buildings, and when drones cannot be seen by their pilots.
Drones have been developed by Amazon in the Cambridge areas since the year 2014 as its development and research facility.