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Google Future

What is The Google Future

Google Drones Drones may one day come to dominate the skies if Google has anything to do with it.

Google Drone

Drones are currently receiving a lot of attention and much of it is quite negative, but the potential future uses for this technology are actually very positive. Google has already started testing drones in Project Wing to deliver goods to customers, which would potentially greatly speed up the receipt and also cut a lot of waste out of the traditional delivery systems we still use today.

It sounds bizarre, but Google has tested delivering a package using a drone, which lowers the package by a type of fishing line from 150 feet in the air. This type of technology would be ideal for so many of the items that we purchase currently and will likely be more environmentally friendly and safer as well.

Concerns remain over safety and the privacy implications of drones, but these are common worries with all new types of technology that do things in previously unheard of ways, and eventually, these may be extinguished by the true potential. Imagine a future where Google drones could provide disaster relief and deliver aid to areas in need. From earthquakes to floods to civil war, drones offer the kind of capability that will never be possible using traditional vehicles and people.

If you are wondering how drones can possibly work in such areas, a huge amount of thought has already gone into the design of each one – they can take off and land without the need for a runway and effectively offer the benefits of planes and helicopters but in the one vehicle. Destinations can be programmed in and then the drone will deliver the aid or package without the manual intervention of a human during the process.

We can also see how many of Google’s current services will help with such a journey; Google Maps is incredibly accurate and the connected nature of all the other Google services means that the potential to expand on this technology is never ending, to the point that seeing a drone in the sky will no longer be a subject of terror, but as familiar as a cloud in the winter.

On the subject of drones, Google is also working on Project Titan, which uses solar-powered drones to provide internet access from what are effectively atmospheric satellites. Like Project Loon, which is also designed to connect people in more remote areas, the potential for this technology is huge and as both projects blossom, we will start to see safety improve alongside efficiency.

As roads become more congested and available land to build infrastructure on becomes rarer, it makes perfect sense to take to the skies. Drones can benefit our lives in a myriad of ways that we can barely imagine at this time. Google is also proving that it is not a company that is satisfied with what it already has, which is, of course, a lot, but one which is always looking to the future in order to benefit not just the company, but humanity itself.

Wi-Fi balloons Everyone could one day be connected to Wi-Fi thanks to Googles ambitious Project Loon.

Google Loon Balloon

Project Loon is an idea that will appeal to everyone, whether they need it or not. In many rural areas, internet connectivity can be difficult to maintain and this is especially true in some countries. Did you know that two-thirds of the world’s population do not currently have access to the internet? This is without the doubt because the cost of providing connectivity is not small and the time needed to build the infrastructure is great.

Google’s idea is to send balloons into the stratosphere which will be able to send a valid connection anywhere using a vast network of balloons. It sounds daft, but it’s a bit like using satellites to make phone calls but is potentially much more affordable and thus more accessible to a much greater number of people. When you think about it, Project Loon sounds completely sensible, despite the name, and could well turn out to be one of Google’s most helpful projects ever.

Project Jacquard Project Jacquard aims to turn everyday objects into interactive surfaces in an invisible way.

Googel Project Jacquard

Some projects sound so farfetched that they cannot possibly be true, but this one is. The idea is for conductive yarns to be sewn into clothing and the like in order to create a surface that can be used to undertake tasks by touch alone. When more are added, they become sensor grids and the potential for this technology is of course immense. Imagine being able to act on notifications by touching your collar or tapping your trousers inconspicuously.

It is all possible with Project Jacquard and especially so because work is being done to produce the technology at a large scale, which means that one day you may be able to pay for things and scan tickets just by walking up to a counter. With no effort whatsoever, a lot of what you do on your phone now could be undertaken just by wearing the right outfit.

Driverless cars The dream of a driverless car is closer than ever thanks to Googles  Self-Driving Car Project.

Google Driverless Car

When you think of a driverless car, the immediate thoughts tend to turn to safety and not having to make any effort when navigating long journeys. These are valid thoughts and potentially beneficial but are nothing in comparison to the scope of what Google is trying to do with its Self-Driving Car Project. As it stands, driving is one of the most dangerous, costly and inefficient forms of travel available to us, yet millions of us would struggle without a car. If you visualize a future where driverless cars are commonplace, you can then start to put the pieces together to see where Google is going. Cars that can communicate with each other can each find the most efficient route for every journey. They will always be aware of other vehicles and thus can keep accidents to a minimum, but there is one advantage that could dominate. Why would you even need to own a car in the future? It is possible that you could tap your smartphone and a Google car will arrive to take you to work. You would not need to worry about anything. As adoption grows, we could reach the point where it is considerably cheaper to use Google cars every day for each journey than to actually own a car and deal with fuel, insurance, depreciation and all of the other associated costs that come with ‘owning’ a car.

As it stands, driving is one of the most dangerous, costly and inefficient forms of travel available to us, yet millions of us would struggle without a car. If you visualize a future where driverless cars are commonplace, you can then start to put the pieces together to see where Google is going. Cars that can communicate with each other can each find the most efficient route for every journey. They will always be aware of other vehicles and thus can keep accidents to a minimum, but there is one advantage that could dominate. Why would you even need to own a car in the future? It is possible that you could tap your smartphone and a Google car will arrive to take you to work. You would not need to worry about anything. As adoption grows, we could reach the point where it is considerably cheaper to use Google cars every day for each journey than to actually own a car and deal with fuel, insurance, depreciation and all of the other associated costs that come with ‘owning’ a car.

They will always be aware of other vehicles and thus can keep accidents to a minimum, but there is one advantage that could dominate. Why would you even need to own a car in the future? It is possible that you could tap your smartphone and a Google car will arrive to take you to work. You would not need to worry about anything. As adoption grows, we could reach the point where it is considerably cheaper to use Google cars every day for each journey than to actually own a car and deal with fuel, insurance, depreciation and all of the other associated costs that come with ‘owning’ a car.

You would not need to worry about anything. As adoption grows, we could reach the point where it is considerably cheaper to use Google cars every day for each journey than to actually own a car and deal with fuel, insurance, depreciation and all of the other associated costs that come with ‘owning’ a car.

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