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BANGALORE: India, not US, will be the launch-pad for Amazon's plan to deliver packages using drones, or unmanned aerial vehicles, according to two people aware of the development. The US-based e-tailer will debut its drone delivery service with trials in Mumbai and Bangalore, cities where it has warehouses, the sources said on condition of anonymity.


The Directorate General of Civil Aviation said it was not aware of any such plan by Amazon. Drone operators in India said they don't obtain permits from DGCA for purposes such as aerial photography, surveying sites and wild life protection.


While the feasibility of operating drones in India exists, it is not without challenges. "Many companies in India have thought about this. But all are worried about the safety aspect," said Pritam Ashutosh Sahu of Bangalore-based Edall Systems, which ..


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Evoenergy's 2018 annual planning report said the company trialled the use of drones equipped with light detection and ranging technology last year and planned to test it further in 2019. "The results from the trial are promising with Evoenergy to further operationalise the use of drones to perform LIDAR scans to inspect and detect vegetation near power lines and other assets," the report said.

A onda puče nešto odozdo i razvali mu kvačilo, polumilionsko... Koga mrzi da čita, Bata demonstrira ispod.


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