Google finds a good enough reason to come up with interesting and useful innovations.
This time its a self driving bike. The bike can help reduce the accidents as well as let people work 🙂
Take note from Google, the best April Fools’ Day pranks from brands are ones that make fun of itself.
The Google Lunar XPRIZE is a $30 million competition for the first privately funded team to send a robot to the moon, travel 500 meters and transmit video, images and data back to the Earth.
Deepana Gandhi from India is leading one such team – Team Indus
16 teams are competing for this Prize Money. Here is a a documentary web series about the people competing for the Google Lunar XPRIZE
A new Patent awarded to Google outlines what it calls an “autonomous delivery platform” for delivery trucks.
The trucks would be fitted with a series of lockers that could potentially be unlocked with a PIN code sent to the person waiting for the delivery before the truck arrives at their location.
The patent also suggests the locker could be unlocked by a customer’s credit card, or an NFC reader. After the package is dropped off, the truck will continue on to its next delivery point, or return to the depot to pick up more packages.
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Google engineers are testing multiple chargers from Momentum Dynamics at Google’s HQ in Mountain View, and at the Castle Commerce Center. As per a recent report by
Continue reading “Google is testing Wireless Charging Systems for its Electric Self-Driving Cars”
Google is testing solar-powered drones at Spaceport America in New Mexico to explore ways to deliver high-speed internet from the air, the Guardian has learned.
In a secretive project codenamed SkyBender, the technology giant built several prototype transceivers at the isolated spaceport last summer, and is testing them with multiple drones, according to documents obtained under public records laws.
Source : The Guardian
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