What's that in the sky? It is a bird? A plane? No, it's an unmanned aircraft delivery. The Project Wing of Google, announced in 2014 as a nascent effort to use small unmanned aircraft to deliver packages and parcels, making actual tests in Arizona.

A year has passed since the announcement of Project Wing, and already have started early trials with the drone of Google. The concept as we said, has to do with delivery packages from drones, with Google wants to succeed with this Project flight five miles in five minutes. H Google has made great efforts and of course some failures with the fall and destruction of some Drones. As stated in a press conference the problem they have to face is the severe weather and especially the sudden change of the weather.

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From the day of announcement, the drone construction has received several improvements to give it a proper speed, but even can not be considered suitable to carry out its purpose. Of course there are also the issue of who will control all these flying devices, and the potential for accidents and incidents.

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Please remember that other companies in the retail space have progressed in similar efforts, such as Amazon, and DHL. Now who will be bringing order in the skies, it is a topic that osonoupo should be adjusted.

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Google is not the only company pursuing automated package delivery. E-commerce giants such as Amazon and Alibaba are working hard for the idea of tradition throughout the city if they can get permission from the FAA. Smaller companies try and those with more modest accomplishments, such as those carrying out the supplies of medicines in Virginia in elderly or incapacitated patients.

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