All good and well until they determine you're the culprit through the drone's GPS. :lol:
They need to program it to not fly low enough over people's property or home. When it gets to the proper address, have it descend straight down. Problem solved.
Nope, no shotgun is going to reach 1000 feet.1,000 feet up in the air a shotgun will not reach.
Sorry, I was using hyperbole I believe its called, but you're right.Nope, no shotgun is going to reach 1000 feet.
But that Boeing airliner on final for Hartsfield will. Or that student pilot on approach to Gwinnett.
By law, drones have to stay below 500 feet, which is still plenty high enough that nobody on the ground should be able to hear them.
Uh. Some of us have been wanting this service for like three years now. I would pay double my Prime subscription to get Prime Air.http://www.nytimes.com/2016/12/14/technology/amazon-drone-england-delivery.html
You know that package delivery will take precedence over your right to privacy and peace and quiet. If this thing "takes off" god help you if you live near a distribution center or along a delivery route.
this! X100000000uh. Some of us have been wanting this service for like three years now. I would pay double my prime subscription to get prime air.