Today, in this ultra-technological world, we can easily install a Google app that can replace some libraries when we want to know something. Yes, Google provided us with the flexibility to know everything globally with slogans like “the Google,” “Ask Me Google,” etc., and stood as the best search engine.
The latest research operations of Google determine that Google is not yet delighted. Google is not content with its results to date. I have been trying to drive some new Google projects. It wants to cater to the needs and services of humans in this competing world. The creation of Google projects could shift the world into a sophisticated phase. Let us dig into the plans and ideologies of all Google projects.
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1. ROBOT ARMY
A few days back, we saw Sofia, a robot, a marvelous creation of a Hong Kong-based company. Times have changed, and AI’s scope for a better economy has also increased. Google also enhanced its possibility to improve artificial intelligence in the following stages. This hype is because it is planning to build a robot army. It is a wonder. Isn’t it?
Recently, some robots have been made by Google and tested with some driverless cars. After this boost effort now, they are looking forward to creating a robotic army. To achieve this, Google acquired eight mechanical companies, including the big-name Boston Dynamics (which builds Pentagon-funded advanced robots).
Keeping the good in mind, Google has tried its best to make robots some of the most flawless machines. So that such robots can work in their offices to download the required updates from the servers, they can help more in every programmed aspect. But, there are some disadvantages to artificial intelligence. First among them is the rise in unemployment, and the Robot Army Project is one of the great projects.
Trends change from generation to generation. As the ages are switching quickly, the craze for fuel cars is gradually slowing down. All the stir about electric vehicles is doing the rounds in the present generation, competing with well-known companies like Volkswagen, Tesla, etc.
Google is also putting its efforts into providing electric cars to the world. Google has already introduced self-driving vehicles as part of Google Projects, and those are also being implemented. In some rare situations, six minor accidents are registered, not because of the cars’ faults.
Google is also making its best modifications. It is designing harmless self-driving cars so that we can experience a significant drop in road-related accidents. These self-driving cars are most helpful for people who are not capable of driving due to health risks. These cars are programmed in such an intelligent way to avoid traffic jams and irregular parking issues.
Not only on earth, but Google is also ready to set its fire in space. We know space exploration by Google as part of the Google Projects, Elon Musk of SpaceX, and Richard Branson of Virgin Airlines. Google is also on track with its exciting research related to space.
As per the close sources of Google, it took NASA’s airfield under lease for 60 years (costing 1.16 billion dollars). It would be an excellent step for Google, and it would also help NASA function more efficiently with better facilities. Google’s space exploration also supports students from the scientific stream to gain complete awareness of space and its research.
4. LUNAR XPRIZE
Google Lunar XPRIZE is a space competition that challenges privately funded teams to achieve the first private moon landing. The Google Lunar XPRIZE is a global competition to be the first team to land a robot on the surface of the Moon, have it move 500 meters and broadcast high definition imagery back to Earth.
The goal of Google is to go to the moon, and it needs to collect some HDTV streams from the moon and carry them to earth. Google Project Lunar XPrize aims to achieve this as early as possible; Google recently announced a cash reward of 20 MILLION DOLLARS for those who reach the following three milestones laid out by Google.
- It should land a robot on the surface of the moon.
- The landed robot must move at least 500–600 meters above the moon’s surface or on the moon’s surface.
- The robot should collect some HDTV streams and send them to earth by covering a distance. Google has invited all the space organizations and scientific institutes for this challenge.
The Google ARA Project is a new development in the field of virtual reality. This project has been in development for a number of years, with many early trial versions being released. The system includes an augmented reality headset and handheld controls that allow the user to interact with the virtual world that appears before them.
Project Ara was under the development of Google, and the project was interlinked entirely with modular smartphones. Formerly, this project was headed by Advance Technology and Projects Teams (ATAP) and Motorola, but later the project was split off as an independent operation.
The actual design of Project Ara consists of hardware modules that can provide the smartphone parts like processors, displays, batteries, cameras, etc. By this, the required component in the device is only upgraded with some new capabilities so that there is no need for the purchase of an entirely new device.
It results in the reduction of electronic waste. However, Ara’s project moved towards the highest prices to bring modular phones to a reality. Later, Google confirmed reports that it had announced that its Project Ara smartphone was suspended due to technical issues.
The Google LOON Project is an effort to provide internet service to remote regions of the world by way of a network of balloons that is designed to float in the stratosphere. In the initial phase of the project, Google plans to launch pilot balloons starting in 2018. After that phase, Google will be launching full-fledged balloons from 2020 onward. The project’s ultimate goal is to provide internet service to regions that don’t currently have it or are too far from centralized carriers like ISPs and cellular towers.
This project aims to extend the internet connection to all parts of the world with some specially designed balloons that travel in the air. By sending these balloons, it is possible to provide an internet connection to remote and rural areas worldwide.
The designed balloons are maneuvered by adjusting their particular altitudes to fly in the air. Generally, these balloons are fixed to fly in the stratosphere, and the direction of flight is provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). To transmit signals to ground stations, all the balloons use patch antennas called directional antennas.
In a balloon network, signals travel from balloon to balloon and then to the ground station, which is connected to an Internet Service Provider (ISP) following the global internet. Google Cloud is another successful project.
People who have Google SIM cards on their mobile phones can access internet services. Through project Loon, Google can proudly say that it has provided internet connection to more than 5 billion people.