No more missed deliveries: Amazon trials technology that will let drivers leave parcels INSIDE your home

The world’s biggest online retailer may soon solve the most challenging problem of postal delivery: what to do when no one’s home.
Not content with leaving packages with a neighbour or dropping a redelivery note through the letterbox, Amazon is looking to technology to deliver parcels to people's homes, even when they're not in.
The retailer is reportedly planning to trial ‘home access’ deliveries, where drivers are given one-off access to a customer’s home to leave the package.
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6 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 39
Source: Daily Mail

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