Gone are the days when one will have to wait for delivery personnel in order to receive their stuffs. Well it would not be much wrongly said that the wait is over. Yes, the long awaited Amazon’s drone delivery of order at doorstep has at last received a go ahead from FAA. To be a bit detailed about the fact, the Federation Aviation Administration has approved Amazon to test run the drones prior to full-fledged utilization of the drones for delivery of their order to their respective customers.
Though this initiative has been taken quite some to shape up, yet as the saying goes its better late than never. Initially, this idea of drone utilization for order delivery by the US’s largest online company was faced with resentment from people and users to a certain extent majorly from the security aspect. After long research and development from all aspect, FAA has issued an allowance to test run the drone for order delivery. It may be mentioned here that the company has been test running the same indoor for some time.
Despite the fact that FAA has issued allowance for the test run of drones, yet there are few terms and conditions levied on the same too. The allowance issued stays valid for a specific model of drone. Any modification in the specification or model will have to be informed to FAA and seek new allowance. Coming to flight details, the height at which the drone has to be flown during test is also constraint, though Amazon on their part has requested an allowance of flight at a higher altitude. Besides it has been levied that during flight, the drone should be completely visible. News is on the air that Amazon has collaborated with NASA for further drone designing. These drones are said to be capable of operating autonomously.