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A blimp? Zatar asked. Ernie and Sarah looked at each other wondering what Zatar was asking about.
He continued showing them a Fortune magazine and an article about the war between Walmart and Amazon as it was described.
Both retailers started their projects on using the drones in their home deliveries via starting a new trend of floating warehouses in your sky.
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has opened a new front in its battle with Amazon.com Inc. The world’s largest retailer has applied for a U.S. patent for a floating warehouse that could make deliveries via drones, which would bring products from the aircraft down to shoppers’ homes.
The blimp-style machine would fly at heights between 500 feet and 1,000 feet (as much as 305 meters), contain multiple launching bays, and be operated autonomously or by a remote human pilot. Amazon was granted a patent for a similar vessel in April 2016.
Both retailers want to serve you the most. Both retailers are very competitive. The only part that was missing though was how the operation would take place, and how each retailer would guarantee the safety of people in case something went wrong with that hot air inside the balloon.
Let alone if there was any safety procedures that would be accurately calculated, in case of a warehouse explosion took place for any reason, going down on the heads of the people who their luck brought them underneath those floating warehouses.
Of course all the goods inside the big balloons would have its serious effects as well had they fallen down from the sky on people or homes.
Well, may be they intend to clarify this part in the future when something goes would go wrong and some investigation would be open as normal. What else technology would bring you?!
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