It seems-We can’t live without the internet. How else would you read debongo.com? But still only around half the world’s population is connected. There are arrays of reasons for this, including social and economic reasons, but for many, the internet just isn’t available/accessible because they have no connection.
Having mentioned that are you inquisitive to know how the technology is going to surprise you with the incredible invention in the future?
If yes, this blog is for you. Keep reading!
1. Internet for one and all
Google is step by step trying to solve the problem using helium balloons to beam the internet to remote areas, while Facebook has deserted plans to do the same by adapting use of drones, which defines that fortune companies like Hiber– Are stealing a stride.
They have taken a contradictory approach by launching their own network of shoebox-sized microsatellites into low Earth orbit, which wakes up a modem plugged into your device or computer when it glides and transports your information.
Their satellites rotates the Earth 16 times a day and are already being exercised by organizations merely like the British Antarctic Survey to provide internet access to very acute of our planet.
2. Space drones
NASA has reclaimed engineers to pull out a conventional drone to work inside a space station, navigating with no ‘Up’ or ‘Down.’ The victorious design, ArachnoBeeA, would make use of cameras and petite beacons to maneuver its journey throught. How favoured drones would be in such a cramped space is a different question.
3. 760mph trains
Hate commuting? Envision. Instead, your train carriage passing down a tunnel at the same speed as a commercial jet airliner. That’s the dream of Tesla, PayPal, and SpaceX founder Elon Musk.
The Hyperloop structure would see ‘train’ passengers travel at up to 760mph through a vacuum tube, boost by induction motors and compressed air.
Once built, the loop will carry passengers between LA and San Francisco in 35 minutes, compared to 7.5 hours by train.
4. Heart monitoring T-shirt
Wearable sports bands that calculate your heart rate are nothing new, but as numerous studies have revealed, the accuracy can vary outrageously (primarily if you depend on them to count calories). In general, that’s alright if you just want an idea of how hard you are working out, but for professionals, accuracy is everything.
Implementing a single lead ECG printed into the fabric, this new wearable or t-shirt from smart materials company KYMIRA will accurately measure heartbeats and upload them to the cloud via Bluetooth, which could prove life-saving.
And it’s not only the athletes who could profit. “The possibilities this product offers both- general public and sportspeople are astonishing,” quotes Tim Brownstone, CEO and founder of KYMIRA. “
5. Power In A Sip- Coffee
200,000 tonnes of waste is created by London’s coffee industry every year; the question is, what do we do with it? Entrepreneur Arthur Kay’s idea is to use his company, bio-bean, to convert 85 percent of coffee waste into biofuels for powering transport and heating buildings.
6. Sound Of rescue in fiery drown forest.
Forest fires could one day be taken care of with by drones that would direct shrill noises at the trees below. Since sound is formed up of pressure waves, it can be used to interrupt the air flow surrounding a fire, essentially cutting off the supply of oxygen to the fuel.
Apparently, bass frequencies work superlatively.
7. Breathalyzer Car
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration of the US has regulated devices that can supervise alcohol levels by scanning the blood in their fingertips, or by sniffing a driver’s breath or via the steering wheel, immobilizing the car if levels are elevated.
If drivers opt for this system, they could be offered lower insurance premiums.
8. Space balloon
If you want to go on an expedition into space, your quickest bet off course might be to take a balloon.
The company World View Enterprises are wanting to send tourists into the stratosphere, 32km above Earth, on hot air balloons.
Though it’s been three years since it has put into practice. As the balloon flew its first successful test flight on June 2016, and the tickets are already on sale since then– at the bargain price of just £75,000 per person!
9. Bose Sleepbuds
How does a good night’s sleep sound? Truly satisfying! Bose headphones tend to be clear and cinematic on sound, but these teeny-weenie earbuds are intended for when you are in bed to make things as hushed as possible.
Rather than having active noise-canceling to cover the hum and hustle-bustle of daily life so that you can hear your podcasts or music. The Sleepbuds have noise-masking technology, crafted to envelop up abrupt noises like sirens or dog barks.
But What about your alarm clock, though? Fear not, it has an in- a built-in alarm that’ll at a snail’s pace and tenderly wake you ( Remember- not your partner) up in an accepted manner.
10. Smart food labels
Many food industries throw away 30 to 50 percent of what we purchase from supermarkets, claims a survey by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
The report claimed we’re guided by ‘best before’ and ‘use by’ dates on food packagings, which are kept hidebound because they are driven by shops’ to evade legal action. An invention called ‘Bump Mark’ could bring a revolutionary for all that.
Initially designed for blind people, it’s a label that starts out smooth to the touch but gets bouncy or bumpier as food decays.
And since it decays at the same pace as any protein-based food in it, it’s far more precise than printed dates.
Mentioned here are, just a scanty of the marvelous technology advancements that we are going to be acquainted within the years to come.
The future is unpredictable, and the possibilities are infinite. What’s next? Teleporting? Anything is possible!
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