UAVs and The Future Enhancements of Tele-Robotics
Today we have already available UAVs, which will soon have the capacity of operating together in swarms, controlled from another nearby aircraft. We have UAVs, which can be flown by a pilot sitting at a desk more than 1000 miles away. We have trucks, which have virtual dashboards, which send back complete data to dispatchers and a similar version for aircraft, which allows one to fly the other.
If one UAV being flown by a human being sitting at a desk half way around the world can control a swarm of UAVs in a given location and those UAVs can give such information from a disassociated position of total awareness to those on the ground then we already have the capabilities of doing this from a more complex modeling standpoint.
If we can send this information directly into a human mounted optical device, with complete GPS-GIS data then we are getting closer, when we can have 360 degree sight, along with infrared, heat signature, chemical composure, frequency variation and molecular makeup and that device interfaces with the brain and human function, thrusting the efficiencies of motion and control into new realms, what can be done effortlessly would have been though of as God-Like only years the prior. We need to design a completely tele-robotic system, which works at the speed of thought and is connected to the enhanced human brain for complete 5D total situational awareness using all the current technologies available.
The future of human evolution will include enhancements of our Mother Nature Baseline organic carbon based bipod units. Think about it.
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