TForce | UPS testing Drones???

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Selecting "Drone Delivery" instead of "Next Day Air" or "Standard Shipping" might become a very real option, and not just from Amazon.com. After Amazon announced its plans for Amazon Prime Air on Sunday evening, UPS confirmed to ABC News that it, too, was experimenting with drone delivery.

"The commercial use of drones is an interesting technology, and we'll continue to evaluate it. UPS invests more in technology than any other company in the delivery business, and we're always planning for the future," UPS told ABC News in a statement.

The Verge, which first reported on UPS' plans, said that UPS had been "testing and evaluating different approaches" to using drones to deliver packages. It might use the flying vehicles not only to deliver packages but also to move packages around its own warehouses and locations
 
Selecting "Drone Delivery" instead of "Next Day Air" or "Standard Shipping" might become a very real option, and not just from Amazon.com. After Amazon announced its plans for Amazon Prime Air on Sunday evening, UPS confirmed to ABC News that it, too, was experimenting with drone delivery.

"The commercial use of drones is an interesting technology, and we'll continue to evaluate it. UPS invests more in technology than any other company in the delivery business, and we're always planning for the future," UPS told ABC News in a statement.

The Verge, which first reported on UPS' plans, said that UPS had been "testing and evaluating different approaches" to using drones to deliver packages. It might use the flying vehicles not only to deliver packages but also to move packages around its own warehouses and locations

I bet UPS arms their drones first.
 
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