The president of Amazon, which months ago surprised the markets and the public with the purchase of The Washington Post, said the drones could take up to two kilograms packages representing 86 percent of deliveries that makes Amazon.
“It could be within about 15 miles from a dispatch center,” he added. “I mean, in urban areas one might cover very significant portions of the population.”
Immediately, Twitter and other social networks a dispute between who appreciate the futuristic promise, and who fear that robots spy on citizens, kidnapped children and cause other havoc rose.
Meanwhile Patrick Fitzgerald, vice president of FedEx parcel delivery company, said in a television interview that he is not worried now plan “drones” deliverers Amazon.
“FedEx has been and continues to pioneer technology,” he added. FedEx has its own fleet of trucks and aircraft, manned them all, which distributes packages worldwide. “In this holiday season we hope to distribute 22 million packages a day.”