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Although tests have begun, an exact date of rollout is still to be confirmed, but the future is edging, very notably, closer. Amazon drone delivery has long seemed a pipe dream—talked about, yearned for, but at its heart, a far-fetched possibility.
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Inevitably this will improve, but come its introduction, you're going to have to be in suburbia or miss out. Much of the real-world work with Prime Air has happened since the end of 2016. So far 149 proponents have submitted applications and we expect the FAA to select at least 10 of them to move forward with starting in May.
Though it was only that—a demo of how the drones would operate—it did give hope to the masses of Prime members itching for fast, free deliveries flying in from above. But the trial is restricted to rural farmlands and will only deliver small items within close proximity to Amazon's UK facility equipped with drones. Smart streetlight project helps Oklahoma Gas and Electric keep the lights on Building a smart city: Haye Kesteloo's favorite gear.
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It plans to test drones in multiple international locations, but the company has started trials in the UK, rather than the US, because it's received permission from regulators in the country.
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