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A patent filed nearly three years ago by Amazon titled 'Collaborative Unmanned Aerial Vehicle For an Inventory System' was released publicly today
The drone has a 'buoyant airbag', a claw, and propellers for lifting and movement
It would be used to move inventory items from one location to another
Amazon has increasingly been moving towards automatizing its supply chain, and new publicly released patents show a strange drone with airbags and claws.
The patent for the 'Collaborative Unmanned Aerial Vehicle For an Inventory System' was filed nearly three years ago, but just became part of the public domain.
The bizarre machine is an unmanned vehicle with a 'buoyant airbag' a 'retention feature,' 'drive unit,' and 'an onboard control module'.