The problems involved are enormous, not just technical, imagine having to have a secure landing space, and signing for delivery, and waiting in for the drone delivery.
It "may" safely deliver the package but what unsafe issues is it creating? Parcel falls on someone / drone falls out of the sky / kids throw stones at it / etc etc big fail for practical purposes IMO, may work for select customers in their locality - subject to conditions lol. Stick with the van driver
Well in the UK, only a very small percentage of the population, I would guess less than 10%, would be able to provide a safe landing area, most gardens would be too small or too many trees etc, and most large towns and cities are too congested, I have a large rear garden, but almost never try to land or take off, largely to avoid annoying the neighbours. Can you imagine how annoying an Amazon drone delivery would be, now just the reversing beeps from the van driver are bad enough.How it is set up now, the person puts a landing pad on their property and the drone lands on this. It would use a camera to land on the pad.
How are they going to get past the LOS rule?