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Dec 04 2013

Amazon Reveals It Wants to Deploy Delivery Drones

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In an interview with Charlie Rose on Sunday’s episode of “60 Minutes,” Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos revealed the giant online store is developing a drone-based delivery service called Prime Air. According to Bezos, Prime Air would be able to get customers their products only a half-hour after they click the “buy” button. His “optimistic” estimate to “60 Minutes” was that Prime Air will be available to customers within 4 to 5 years. Prime Air was unveiled to Rose and “60 Minutes” as a surprise, the secret project being part of Amazon’s busy R&D department. The drones will be capable of delivering items up to 5 pounds in weight, which Bezos said account for 86 percent of the items that Amazon delivers. Individual items will be flown from one of the company’s 96 mind-bogglingly massive warehouses, also known as “fulfillment centers.” [Continue Reading]

Amazon is taking over the world and I really have no problem with it. In the world of e-commerce you have Amazon and a bunch of second-class citizens. We can only imagine where Amazon is headed going forward. It’s certainly going to change the game for online shopping majorly.

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