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Amazon works on drone traffic control system

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Amazon’s delivery drone comes in for a landing over an English field. (Amazon via YouTube)

Amazon has added France to the list of countries where the Seattle-based retailer is working on its drone delivery system, with the opening of a research and development center that will create traffic management software for drones. The opening of the Prime Air Development Center in Clichy, part of Paris’ northwest suburbs, was the subject of an announcement issued today by Amazon Europe.

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