- The Washington Times - Friday, May 8, 2015

Amazon’s future involves drone technology that will tap into a customer’s cellphone or Wi-Fi network and deliver goods — wherever that may be.

A patent has been filed for the company’s “Bring It To Me” feature on mobile devices, which will use “radar, sonar, camera, infrared sensors,” and other components to assist in emergency landings, the technology website Ars Technica reported Friday.

Amazon has been honing its drone delivery services in Canada since it has run up against obstacles put in place by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration, the website reported.


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