Facebook's Drone-and-Laser Plan Will Give Everyone the Power of Internet [VIDEO]
Mar 28, 2014 10:24
Facebook's Internet.org project's goal is to get everyone in the world online. They've included partnerships with companies like Samsung and Nokia and NASA too. How are they going to give everyone the power of the internet? Via the sky of course.
The social network giant is planning on internet-delivering drones, satellites, and even lasers. Here's a look at it:
"Today, we're sharing some details of the work Facebook's Connectivity Lab is doing to build drones, satellites and lasers to deliver the internet to everyone," Zuckerberg posted earlier, along with an animation of what it might look like to sail on one of those Facebook-enabling drones through the sky.
Internet.org will work with Ascenta, the British company that built the Zephyr, the world's longest flying solar-powered drone. Here's some high level idea of how it will work:
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