Los límites de lo posible, la última mile – Meczyki

La ciencia ficción irrumpe cada vez más seguito en nuestra realidad. For some, the spatial race has transcended the limits of the strategic domain of the governments and now the corporate world is in line to consolidate its participation. Every day we learn about the new technological advances of Tesla and SpaceX that are challenging many of the achievements in which the governments of diverse countries have invested fortunes of money from the people of the region, the electorate of the tax payers. dinero de los de los de los de los nuevos.

do not have. La creación misma de metodologías para el desarrollo tecnológico (for example TRL) han sido artífices justamente de esa necessaria vinculación entre ambos sectors. The new normality has confronted us with the search for new alternatives to, at least, maintain economic dynamics until today: increasingly fast, efficient and cheap.

Dentro de toda esta logistics de vida, arises the so-called “ultimate mile”: this tacit requirement at the final phase of todo process, el cual dentro de su enorme complicitas, implica requieramentos muy specifices. The first practical perception of this “ultimate mile” has been precisely the implementation of security measures between the people and the sources of propagation of COVID-19. The sources of maximum transmission are just in physical contact.

The use of the most significant applications of scientific advances in materials and information technologies have come to facilitate the reduction of risks and human involvement. The objective of putting a flag on the moon was a nearly impossible task for the year 1969, due mainly to the poor “intelligence” of the computers of that time, which required certainly, that it was the petal of the tree, that it was the Pétaleo control todas las inaccuracies de measurement, interpretation y operación de la nave.

Ya para cuando se buscó the presence of life on Mars, it was much more practical to make a combination of technology and human dexterity to be able to place and operate a robot with certain autonomy to navigate such distant lands. As we know, several companies and countries are looking for alternatives to put a human being on the planet Mars: perhaps the most expensive “last mile” in the history of humanity. The technology of the “ultimate mile” has regained much relevance in the industry, retaking the autonomous robots a new dimension in the field of attention and procurement of services both physical contact and telepresencia.

More and more retail companies are starting seriously to consider extending the domain of application of service robots to just, the “ultimate mile”, and thus offer no only services with mayor innocuidad but only of the domain of manocedos de manocedosésinés remotes También Se abre un nicho importante de attention to emergencies in remote places, either to provide services or even to rescue people in difficulty.

The “ultimate mile” is, since this moment and for many years, the great challenge of automation in which it combines a growing demand for services, many of them already with a market niche, the denominated “edge” that implies proximity. a esa frontera entre lo accesible y ciertamente lo computable.

Una primera conjugación del Edge computing And of the “ultimate mile” are those services that require the use of elements of artificial intelligence to be able to offer the service required in time and form, como puede ser safeguardar la integrita, facilitar una de la transaclus, cacalus, compe una de la Integrity with telerobots: todas estas technologies implican una serie de requirements funcionales y operativos complecos.