How can new critical technologies make our lives better and keep us safer in decisive moments?
The latest blockbuster movie that seeks to popularize disruptive technologies though dystopian futurist themes is “Ready Player One.” This film highlights a future where the U.S. population lives in abject poverty under a corporate-controlled dictatorship, where the only means of escape is virtual reality.
But why such a dark vision around the future of virtual reality (VR) in the first place? Too often technologies such as VR and artificial intelligence (AI) are portrayed in popular culture as emerging threats to humans, when in fact these technologies are bringing about benefits in transportation, aviation, security and space.
We see a future where AI, VR and other technologies aren’t used to escape a world gone wrong, but instead to make it a better place.
As the people we all rely on to make the world go round, rely on us, we are designing solutions for tomorrow with a simple vision to master the decisive moments faced along the way.
For things on the move
We enable many of the connectivity solutions that will make airspace navigation more efficient, supporting the promise of drone package delivery.
For the planet
We study the relationship between clouds, aerosols and radiation, and their effects on Earth’s climate.
For critical moments
We present a real-world view of the environment, overlaying context-sensitive information with 3-D representations to connect the physical world to users’ information systems.
WHATEVER IT TAKES