Amazon Drone Delivery to be launched soon!!

Let us initially have a look on some of the highlights of –Amazon Drone Delivery launch!!

  • The drone initiative is part of Amazon’s Prime Air Programme
  • Prime’s Air Delivering timelimit with drone is 30 minutes
  • A new Drone design was unveiled in Amazon’s re : MARS Confrence
  • Drones can carry upto 5 pounds ( 2.3 kg ) and can Fly up to 15 miles ( 25 km ). It delivers packages to customers in less the 30 minutes
  • Amazon is betting on its fulfillment and delivery network to scale Prime Air both quickly and efficiently.

Details of Amazon Drone Delivery launch in India

Amazon, which began testing drone delivery in 2016 in britain. They will soon begin large-scale deliveries to standardize one-day shipping for its Prime members.

The new Amazon drones has a hybrid design. It combines a helicopter’s vertical takeoffs and landings with an airplane’s aerodynamic nature.

Drone is also capable of transitioning from vertical-mode to airplane mode, and vice versa.


The drone’s rotors are fully covered for safety where covers serving as wings during sustained flight. The drone has six degrees of freedom, which allows more dynamic and nimble flight.

Its flexible deisgn allows the drone to use the same six propellers to move forward for take off and landing.

 Amazon’s goal

fully electric drones that can fly 15 miles and deliver packages under 5 pounds to customers in < 30 minutes.”

Listen What Owners Talk About It (#Amazon Drone Delivery launch)

Amazon’s Jeff Wilke shows off the new drone onstage at re:MARS.
 Image: Jordan Stead / Amazon

Introducing the drone onstage at Amazon’s Re:MARS conference in Las Vegas. Amazon’s consumer worldwide CEO Jeff Wilke emphasized about the Amazon Drone Delivery launch details and safety features.

We know customers will only feel comfortable receiving drone deliveries if the system is incredibly safesaid Wilke.

Amazon says the drone’s safety features make it robust and stable. A big claim for technology that is still very much in its infancy.


Earlier In 2018, Indian Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) had legalised flying commercial drones and also announced a policy called Drone Regulation 1.0.

The drone regulations 1.0 had banned the use of drones for delivery of goods and food. The Indian Minister of State for Civil Aviation had hinted at including a clause on the application of drones for ecommerce and food delivery in the draft Drone Regulation 2.0

Indian parliamentarian Suresh Prabhu said at the policy launch that the drone market in India holds the potential of hitting over $1 Tn.

Moreover, Indian Food delivery, majorly Zomato has also been planning to launch drone-based food delivery in India.

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