Ballon powered Internet for Everyone Great Technology From Google


                 PROJECT LOON FROM GOOGLE(Ballon Powered Internet for all)

Majority of the world is not connected to the internet.How do we get cost effective,inexpensive reliable connectivity is there any permanent solution or a possibility of achieving that dream.!!!!!!!!!

Permanent solution for bad internet connection all over the world.

The Internet is one of the most transformative technologies of our lifetimes.But how many people got the advantages of this brilliant technology.2 out of every 3 people on earth, a fast, affordable Internet connection is still out of reach. And this is far from being a solved problem.Google the giant in the internet and technology field

World may find an effective solution for this internet crisis.Solving these problems isn’t simply a question of time: it requires looking at the problem of access from new angles.we garudacreations very happy and proud to bring you the information about google’s this new latest tech project.Its name is Project LOON

Advantages of Project Loon

 1. We get cost effective,inexpensive reliable connectivity.

 2. Similar to today’s 3G networks or more  faster internet connection

 3.This Balloons could become an option for connecting rural, remote, and underserved areas, and for helping with      communications after natural disasters.and lot more..

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hat is project Loon.We are very much sure about that Project LOON will be the greatest and useful technology in this and the coming centuries.Yesterday google reveals their this amazing latest moonshot from Google[x]: balloon-powered Internet access.

Balloon powered internet-Project Loon

From their own words

“We believe that it might actually be possible to build a ring of balloons, flying around the globe on the stratospheric winds, that provides Internet access to the earth below. It’s very early days, but we’ve built a system that uses balloons, carried by the wind at altitudes twice as high as commercial planes, to beam Internet access to the ground at speeds similar to today’s 3G networks or faster. As a result, we hope balloons could become an option for connecting rural, remote, and underserved areas, and for helping with communications after natural disasters. The idea may sound a bit crazy—and that’s part of the reason we’re calling it Project Loon—but there’s solid science behind it.

Balloons, with all their effortless elegance, present some challenges. Many projects have looked at high-altitude platforms to provide Internet access to fixed areas on the ground, but trying to stay in one place like this requires a system with major cost and complexity. So the idea we pursued was based on freeing the balloons and letting them sail freely on the winds. All we had to do was figure out how to control their path through the sky. We’ve now found a way to do that, using just wind and solar power: we can move the balloons up or down to catch the winds we want them to travel in. That solution then led us to a new problem: how to manage a fleet of balloons sailing around the world so that each balloon is in the area you want it right when you need it. We’re solving this with some complex algorithms and lots of computing power. “

May be this will be a permanent solution for bad internet connection .The main goal is that the entire world will get the advantages of this greatest and amazing technology.