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Amazon eyes 'flying warehouses' for drone deliveries as it continues research in Cambridge Fleets of airships could hover over cities17:00, 29 DEC 2016DELIVERY: Amazon's first drone delivery could flying warehouses be next? Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email'Flying warehouses' which could house a fleet of customer delivery kate spade in store sale drones are being planned by Amazon, which kate spade bargains has been testing its Prime Air system in Cambridgeshire.
The internet retailer describes the giant airships as "airborne fulfilment centres" (AFCs) in a patent document filed in the US in 2014.It says the warehouses could be stationed above metropolitan areas and used to store and quickly deliver items at times of high demand, using drones dispatched directly from the airship.The technology and e commerce giant is already testing drone deliveries and made its first commercial delivery under the trial in Cambridgeshire earlier this month.Amazon Prime Air Cambridgeshire deliveryAmazon has been testing the drone delivery system at a site near Babraham. Prime Air is intended to deliver packages weighing up to five pounds in 30 minutes or less.It expects to expand the deliveries to dozens of customers in the vicinity of the Cambridgshire site in coming months.Amazon's patent filing also suggests smaller aircraft and other unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) could ferry workers to and from the flying warehouse as well as replenish stock.Readers react to first Amazon drone delivery in CambridgeWATCH: Jeremy Clarkson explains first Amazon UK customer drone delivery in Cambridge"As the UAVs descend, they can navigate horizontally toward a user specified delivery location using little to no power, other than to stabilise the UAV and/or guide the direction of descent. Shuttles (smaller airships) may be used to replenish the AFC with inventory, UAVs, supplies, fuel, etc. Likewise, the shuttles may be utilised to transport workers to and from the AFC."Many firms experimenting with drone technology have had difficulty increasing the range of the craft, which can be restricted by the size and weight of the battery. Currently Amazon's UK drone trial is limited to items weighing 5lb sell kate spade purse or less that can be delivered in 30 minutes.
Amazon has not commented on the patent filing, which suggests the unfixed position of an airborne warehouse could be used to meet demand in different areas as needed, as well as reduce delivery times. The documents suggest that in some instances, airships could be moved close to sporting arenas or festival sites and used kate spade outlet sale dates to sell merchandise.