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Google to Introduce Project Loon Balloon Powered Internet Service in Remote Areas

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The Project Loon team says that they have found a way to send some bunch of balloons in the remote areas where people needed the most connectivity.

About four years ago Google introduced a service to provide the internet to the people living in the remote areas through balloons, And people are away much excited towards this Google Balloon Powered Internet service. Balloon-powered internet service known as ‘Project Loon’ announced today to provide service in an easier way so that rules people can also take part in the technological world.

The balloons are set to flowing in the direction of air in rings shape all around the globe. These balloons were moving up and down in the stratosphere of the earth. When one balloon has drifted away from one area that required connectivity, replacing that balloon with another balloon in this field to provide connectivity.

Google Project Loon will send balloons in remote areas

The Project Loon team says that they have found a way to send some bunch of balloons in the remote areas where people needed the most connectivity. These bunch of balloons stays there for months to provide regular service. Let’s have a look how Project Loon works.

 

The head of Alphabet’s experimental division knows as X, Astro Teller has been told that this will allow Project Loon to run an experiment in the particular places of rural areas. They will send 10 or 20 or 30 balloons instead of 200 or 300 or 400 balloons in the appropriate areas of the world to provide services.

The Project Loon’s engineers are working to improve their gadgets or controlling and tracing machine’s performance, and they also implemented Artificial Intelligence based software to regulate how the balloons will fly instead of following preset navigation paths.

The Project Loon team said they would launch Project Loon service earlier than expected. They also stated that they would provide Project Loon service at low cost to deliver internet access at a high rate.

Source: X

Muskan Jain
Muskan is an enthusiast Author as well as a web developer and loves to write about everything related to the Flagship OS of the Brands, With that she covers PC & Software section of Enzuke.
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