Re: A little redundant
I'm more of a candidate for Lasek, and yes, there is also Lasik. Thanks for clarifying the usage parameters of this robotic device, hopefully in time they'll be able to expand its usage. Be safe everyone!
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Let's just send billions of genetically modified metal-eating spiders up into space to catch all the fragments. If they can design their webs strong enough to catch the small stuff and weak enough to break when a working satellite passes through, then bingo! No more debris!
There is probably a decent market for these.
As this is predominately a learning experience, how about if the schools were to line up buyers at material cost and just start building them one after the other. When one sells, build another. Keep it going all semester long and that way everyone will have more and more ideas as they keep building.
If only it were possible for JLR to be able to confirm current owner identity by linking to the current insurance carrier of the vehicle. If the current insured name doesn't match what JLR already has, just send out a notification postcard to the insured on file that they need to come in for a reset.
Big if. But a rather simple fix to the whole situation if that's possible.
What percentage of pedestrians are carrying gps enabled cell phones? If we bump that up to 100% by the time fully autonomous vehicles are on the road, there will be no pedestrian crashes as the vehicle will be able to "see" everyone and slow down well in advance.
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