Amazon’s delivery drones trained to deal with dogs and clothes lines
Amazon hasn’t given up on its dreams of using drones to deliver packages – rather, numerous tests still need to be performed and the retail giant is trucking along in the background to get the technology where it needs to be in order to make drone deliveries possible.
According to Backchannel Magazine, at the secret invite-only MARS 2017 conference on 19 March, Amazon held the first live demonstration of the Amazon Prime Air unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) flying and landing on a lawn carrying a familiar cardboard box.
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