Amazon bought the patent for under water warehouse with floating packages.

Written by Prince Chandran
July 10, 2017  

Amazon designs the first underwater warehouse to store goods and are bought to the surface by playing certain music.This is really a futuristic concept and Amazon becomes the first to file the patent for it. In a detailed explanation of patent shows that

 It plans to drop stock into lakes or pools by parachute, trucks or conveyor belts.Goods that aren’t waterproof will be stored in watertight containers that have an air box .Each container will be designed with certain acoustic signal and when the right tune is played it the box will inflate the balloon. The balloon will reach the surface within no time and  it will be out for delivery.

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Using water to move these huge containers will help down in cutting the prices. Typically, staff members or robots roam miles through an Amazon fulfillment center once they have been handed an order made by a customer through the website.

 “Because today’s online marketplace offers a wide variety of items to customers including – but not limited to, goods, services, products, media or information – fulfillment centers now include increasingly large and complex facilities with expansive capabilities and high technology accommodations for items and feature storage areas as large as one million square feet or more.”

“Therefore, in order to prepare and ship an order that includes a large number or different types of items to a customer, a staff member or robot may be required to walk several thousand feet or even miles within a fulfillment center in order to retrieve the items. Where a customer submits multiple orders for items, the arduous task of picking, packaging and shipping ordered items must often be repeated for each and every order.” Amazon explained.

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Amazon said that its current warehouses and fulfillment centers,which will be used to sort packages for its drone deliveries  are “plagued by the inefficient use of space” and that using water effectively could allow it to store more items.



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