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Walmart Wants to Take on Amazon

Walmart Wants to Take on Amazon With Flying WarehousesGetty Images

Walmart Wants to Take on Amazon With Flying Warehouses Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has opened a new front in its battle with Amazon.com Inc. The world’s largest retailer has applied for a U.S. patent for a floating warehouse that could make deliveries via drones, which would bring products from the aircraft down to shoppers’ homes. The blimp-style machine would fly at heights between 500…

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Drone Delivery Is Coming To Dubai

Drone Delivery Is Coming to Dubai by 2018Razan Alzayani / Bloomberg

Drone Delivery Is Coming To Dubai by 2018 The fleet will start with just five UAVs but is expected to grow toward 100 vehicles.  Drone delivery is coming to the Dubai, the largest city in the United Arab Emirates, as early as March of 2018, according to the Khaleej Times. Eniverse Technologies, an autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) delivery company…

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Flirtey Leads In Drone Delivery

Flirtey Leads In Drone DeliveryFlirtey

Flirtey Leads In Drone Delivery, Dominating The Industry Flirtey, the world’s leading drone delivery service, commemorates big milestones in aviation history. July marks the 2nd anniversary of the first ever FAA-approved drone delivery in the U.S. and the 1st anniversary of the first drone delivery to a customer’s home. On July 17th, 2015, in collaboration with NASA, Flirtey conducted the first-ever FAA-approved drone delivery when…

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Martek for UAS Vaccine Delivery Trial

UNICEF & Vanuatu Government Select Martek for UAS Vaccine Delivery TrialMartek

UNICEF & Vanuatu Government Select Martek for UAS Vaccine Delivery Trial According to sUAS News, the humanitarian application of ‘drones-for-good’ is a compelling use case and Martek Marine (UK) has been selected by UNICEF & the Vanuatu Government to demonstrate their capability for vaccine delivery. Martek will self-fund the trial which will take place on Efate Island from 21-25 August 2017….

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First Trial Delivery Using a Drone

ZTO Successfully Completes First Trial Delivery Using a DroneUAV Experts / Atlanta Hobby

First Trial Delivery Using a Drone Successfully Completed By ZTO Express ZTO Express (Cayman) Inc. (NYSE: ZTO) (“ZTO” or the “Company”), a leading express delivery company in China, today announced that it successfully completed its first trial delivery using a drone in an industrial park in Zhejiang Province. The drone, developed by a domestic drone producer and custom designed for ZTO, flew 14.0 kilometers…

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FlyTrex Mule Drone Delivers Beer

FlyTrex Mule Drone Delivers BeerFlyTrex

The New FlyTrex Mule Drone Delivers Beer And More! Drone delivery is now A LOT closer than before. but how close? According to Tech Crunch, there is now a drone able to deliver anything under 6 lbs, including beer! In a recent post, the company discusses a recent visit to the Tel Aviv-based company, FlyTrex. FlyTrex offers end-to-end, personally tailored, drone delivery solution for…

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Drone Delivery Hive Coming Soon

Is The Drone Delivery Hive Coming Soon From Amazon?Amazon

Is The Drone Delivery Hive Coming Soon From Amazon? Amazon files a patent for multi-level fulfillment center for unmanned aerial vehicles. Amazon has made the next leap toward a future reality in which drones drop recently-ordered goodies off in your yard, filing a patent for a “multi-level fulfillment center for unmanned aerial vehicles” with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The…

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One Ton Drone Delivery

One Ton Drone Delivery Developed by Chinese Online RetailerALY SONG / REUTERS

One Ton Drone Delivery Developed by Chinese Online Retailer China’s biggest online retailer, JD.com Inc., announced plans Monday to develop drone aircraft capable of carrying a ton or more for long-distance deliveries. The company said it will test the drones on a network it is developing to cover the northern Chinese province of Shaanxi. It said they will carry consumer goods to…

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Heavy Duty Delivery Drones Coming

Heavy Duty Delivery Drones Coming From JD.comJD.com

Heavy Duty Delivery Drones Coming From JD.com JD.com to build the largest drone logistics network & plans to deploy heavy duty delivery drones capable of delivering payloads over one-ton. JD.com announced their newest agreement with the provincial government of Shaanxi. The agreement includes building China’s largest low-altitude drone logistics network. Spanning a 300-kilometer radius, the network will include hundreds of routes…

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