In our increasingly fast-paced world, the demand from consumers to receive goods and services as quickly as possible has never been greater.
In 2013, world’s richest man and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said that within a few years, Amazon would be delivering packages by drone.
In the five years since , the technology has greatly progressed but legislation and the practical realities of controlling and regulating hundreds if not thousands of UAVs flying through the streets have not yet been fully figured out.
As such, the capability for drones to deliver goods and services is there but the implementation of the concept has not yet been fully realized.
This month the US Patent and Trademark Office granted Amazon the exclusive right to produce their specialised “aerial delivery shroud” an idea that could change the delivery market game.
What is it and how does it work?
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