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Amazon is testing robots that will be able to save the packages and make multiple deliveries along the routes, according to a new patent filing.

According to the patent application that was published on Tuesday, the tech giant’s proposed storage of vehicles (SCV) may also be a pick-up of items for return.

The Seattle-based company, which has already been put robots in many of its fulfillment centers around the world, and is on the lookout for ways to make the difficult “last mile” of delivery and to use this method, so that customers will come in from the outside, on the sidewalk, to ask for the security code on their phone, and then open the door to get their packs.

An alternative design for the Stack of s as a tool and vehicle have been modified for the air photo (to the left), or on the basis of the right transport services. (Amazon, Image via USPTO)
(Amazon, Image via USPTO)

However, in the Amazon, it has often been said that the applications have been designed in order to explore the possibilities, but a lot of inventions are not transformed into products or services, such as the one described in pending patent applications.

In some areas of Seattle, washington, Amazon has been testing Amazon, a Scout, a delivery robot.

According to GeekWire, the patent points out that the SCVs can see the position of the self in pre-defined areas, and that they will be able to be equipped with cameras, microphones, GPS devices, biometric scanners, and more — to make sure that no one tampers with the phone that the deliveries will arrive on time.

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It is said to be a water-based model that has been fitted with floats for the navy’s delivery of the applications.

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