It was only half a month prior when Amazon reported the main city to be overhauled by Prime Air drone conveyances in California, and presently another city is preparing its umbrellas for falling bundles.
The following fortunate victor in the “robots flying through the sky to bring cooking wares” lottery is College Station, Texas. Believe it or not, Prime Air is coming to Texas A&M University and the encompassing regions.
Amazon hasn’t declared a plan for the send off, other than saying that drone conveyances will be accessible in College Station later in the year.
“We anticipate cooperating with Amazon and Texas A&M and are certain that Amazon will be a useful, faithful, and responsible member locally,” said College Station Mayor Karl Mooney.
The US Census Bureau signifies the number of inhabitants in College Station was around 120,000 starting last July, making it a sufficiently measured city for Amazon to pick as one of the underlying proving grounds for Prime Air.
Amazon’s robot conveyance administration intends to drop bundles off in clients’ terraces. The organization expresses huge number of items are accessible for this strategy for transport, however there is no rundown of qualified things.
The organization has, be that as it may, said there’s a bundle weight cutoff of around five pounds, so don’t anticipate that a TV should land delicately in a terrace at any point in the near future.