Drones - Global E-commerceFacts
Two Dutch companies employ IoT and an alphabet soup of other technologies that includes GPS and RFID to explore the use of drones for e-commerce package delivery across the Netherlands.
U.S. stakeholder come together to develop best practices for privacy, accountability, and transparency issues regarding commercial and private use of drones.
JD.com exploits the hype around Singles’ Day to announce expansion of its airborne capabilities with regular drone deliveries to more than 100 routes across mainland China by the first half of 2017.
Ford unveiled its ‘Autolivery’ concept for autonomous drone deliveries at Mobile World Congress (MWC).
Another day, another e-commerce provider launches drone delivery. This time around, it’s China’s other, even larger B2C online retailer, JD.COM that started use of drones for deliveries in China's Jiangsu Province.
New rules from the Federal Aviation Administration loosen restrictions on commercial use of drones but don’t go as far as allowing drone delivery services like those proposed by Amazon and Google.
Rakuten, the Japanese e-commerce group, new drone delivery service will provide golfers with snacks, beverages and golf equipment while on playing a round on the golf course.
This year, the Global E-commerce Summit (GES) arrives at the Fairmont Rey Juan Carlos I Hotel in Barcelona 12 – 14 June, and it’s shaping up to be the best GES yet.