Amazon.com made headlines in the event it said on Sunday it was tinkering with 30-minute UAV (unmanned aerial vehicles, drones) delivery. Many theorized this might come up with a dent towards the bottom line of package delivery services, but perhaps not: The Verge reported on Tuesday that -- if it turned out conscious of Amazon.com's efforts -- UPS, our planet's largest parcel delivery service, has become experimenting with its own fleet of delivery drones.
Nikola Tesla, the 20th century's reply to Leonardo DaVinci, had dreamed inside the concept of remotely controlled aerial vehicles by 1915. By the following year, Archibald Low, another brilliant inventor, was attempting to make it happen together with his Aerial Target. These are the earliest advances with what we've arrive at consider as
drones with cameras
or UAVs. However, speaking literally again, UAVs were chosen and successful nearly 70 years before Tesla and Low were dreaming them up.