Whether we’re entering the future with the goal of exploring space or in protecting our own population against armed fanatics, our ability to adapt with newer conditions using advanced science and technology has never been as successful as it is today. We are becoming pioneers in our own merit, cultivating change beyond fathomable comprehension. We’ll either create a largely dystopian society or a largely utopian society as a result, but we’ll keep on creating regardless. Welcome to the future!
For the first time in U.S. history, in response to the gunman’s armed attack on police forces in Dallas, Texas, resulting in five officers killed and seven wounded, the Dallas police used a MARCbot IV EOD bomb disposal robot to kill the suspect. SOURCE
South Korea IoT
Six months ahead of schedule, the South Korean wireless communications company SK Telecom has announced the completion of their nationwide Long Range Wide Area Network, servicing 99% of the country with the Internet of Things. SOURCE
Making space exploration history, NASA’s Juno robot probe finally entered orbit around Jupiter on July 4, of which captured a series of still images that eventually produced the first ever video of the giant planet orbited by its four moons. SOURCE