If you’ve read the False Truth Mystery Serial, you know drones play a major role in the Jordan Fox Mystery.
Drone usage across the world is developing more quickly than the laws can keep up. One story I’ve been following is Amazon’s effort to use drones to get packages into customers’ hands within thirty minutes or less after an order.
The service would be called Prime Air. Above is a picture of what the delivery drones might look like, though the company is experimenting with various models.
But according to CNBC, Amazon’s drone delivery plans may not work out for some time. That’s because U.S. regulators are proposing rules that would require a drone operator to keep the flying devices within their line of sight. Monitoring a drone on a camera wouldn’t be enough. The FAA has also drafted rules that would not allow drones to fly over people, nor above five-hundred feet.
So what do you think? Are drones the way of the future when it comes to package deliveries? Or are they the stuff science fiction—and mystery fiction—is made of?
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