Is Amazon Planning to use Delivery Drones to Scan your House to Sell you Additional Products?

Amazon recently had a patent granted entitled “Trigger agents in video streams from drones”.  In detail the patent application states that “captured data may be received by a computer system and properties about a destination for the delivery may be… Continue Reading →

Drone Delivery Beehive Towers Patented by Amazon

Amazon recently had a patent (originally filed in December 2015) published for what is described on the patent application as a “multi-level fulfillment center for unmanned aerial vehicles”.  Due to the large size of traditional fulfilment centres (where goods are… Continue Reading →

System of In-Flight Package Transfer During Drone Delivery Patented by IBM

IBM inventors were recently granted patent no. US9561852 for a system for transferring packages between drones during flight.  The purpose of this patented invention is to extend the range of unmanned aircraft system (UAS) that are delivering packages from a… Continue Reading →

IBM Files Patent Application for Futuristic Drone Pet-sitter

IBM recently filed a patent application for a drone that can function as a mechanized pet-sitter to watch over dogs and cats when their owners are away at work.  The pet-sitter drone is similar to a standard drone but it… Continue Reading →

Amazon Patents Systems to Defend Drones from Attack

Amazon created a plan to protect its drones from attack from various sources, physical (natural such as lightening and manmade such as bows and arrows) and electronic (computer hacking) which is has now patented.  The patent was filled in 2014… Continue Reading →

Drone Assistant Patented by Amazon

Amazon recently had a patent granted for a voice controlled pocket sized drone assistant.  Full details of the patent can be found here: http://bit.ly/2eytxPC Potential uses for the mini flying robots include: to act as miniature ‘dash cams’ for the… Continue Reading →

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