Wal-Mart Seeks FAA Approval To Test Drone Delivery

October 27, 2015 6:30 AM

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The UDI U818A drone model, which costs 285 yuan ($41), is one of most popular drones in China. It has a built-in camera that can take pictures and videos. (Photo : www.hobbywow.com)

Supermarket giant Wal-Mart applied with the federal regulator, the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA), on Monday to test drones for use in home deliveries and at its distribution centers and outlets. It has actually been making indoor testing of two types of drones for several months, Phantom 3 and S9...

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