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Wing, the Google X moonshot project which graduated to become an independent Alphabet company in July 2018, is all set to soar in Europe. Today, it announced an ambitious plan to deliver goods and packages of up to 1.5 kilograms (approx. 3.3 pounds) in a 10 kilometers radius (6.2 miles) in the spring of 2019 in Helsinki. Wing is also launching a page to take suggestions on what might be most in demand to deliver by drone. This will be the company’s first attempt to spread its wings in Europe. It has run four separate trials co...
The drone trend is spreading like fire in the woods not only in the tech sector but also among laymen. People are using drones to capture a holiday with their loved ones. Companies are using this device for advertisement and many other such purposes. The e-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc. has announced to use this technology for something even more worthwhile. A set of drones will be used for the purpose of Amazon delivery. These delivery drones will be trained in such a manner that the parcel is delivered to the customer’s doorstep. No...
Not so long ago, Jeff Bezos promised that Amazon would soon deliver packages by drone. The announcement sparked a lot of interest – and some competition. Of course, competition is an inherent part of any business, especially when it’s not just snarky elbows but drones, drones, and drones. A large number of businesses are embracing delivery drones that it’s now hard to keep up with. The first drone delivery took place in the United States on July 17, 2015. Delivery drones look like the future. From an economic perspective, drone deliv...