Featured Image: 191-? SUMMARY Two men by car fender and two women seated in back seat of a 1913 Ford Model T Touring automobile. View is from behind automobile, likely in North Dakota. SOURCE: Library of Congress. (Public Domain) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
With the weather manipulators experimenting with unprecedented freaky weather, citizen riots in small towns and terrorists shouting their plans to destroy the U.S. (never mind the globalist one world order madness), no one can deny that we live in troubled times. I have been reporting on the plans of the Illuminati and their friends; followed the weather controllers as they got better and better in their efforts; and watched as the two party system merged together into what we have today. . . nothing! As planned the controllers sent the jobs overseas and are in a fast lane towards complete control. And time is short. The chip is coming. With all of this in mind we all need to have an escape plan and the right supplies and equipment. If you are like me money is tight, so these BugOut reports will be featuring articles and videos showing us how to get the stuff we need to be ready to BugOut as cheaply as possible. . . . . EDITOR ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ BUGOUT Vehicles intro
May 14, 2013 — A Wayne State University researcher understands that the three most important things about real estate also apply to small ground robotic vehicles: location, location, location.
n a paper recently published in the journal IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, Weisong Shi, Ph.D., associate professor of computer science in the College of Engineering, describes his development of a technique called LOBOT that provides accurate, real-time, 3-D positions in both indoor and outdoor environments. The project was supported in part by the Wayne State Career Development Chair award, which gives Shi an opportunity to explore other areas after receiving tenure at WSU. . . . Read Complete Report
Photo: This car drives itself. The passengers are being chauffeured by computer. Seen at the VAIL autonomous driving and parking demonstration at Stanford this weekend. The roof is festooned with spinning LIDAR and cameras, feeding into the server farm in the trunk. With more processing power, I’m guessing that the expensive laser rangefinders will be less essential as the 2D video cameras alone can render a 3D map of the world, much like our brain. The next generation may wonder why we wasted 80% of the carrying capacity of our highways, why truckers fell asleep, or what all the fuss was about parallel parking. CREDITSteve JurvetsonSOURCE and DESCRIPTION above:Wikipedia.( Public Domain)
Jan. 28, 2013 — Autonomous, driverless vehicles look set to hit the streets in the near future and become increasingly common, so UK researchers have investigated algorithms that could help developers include escape manoeuvres to allow such vehicles to quickly and safely switch lanes to avoid collisions with other road users.
Writing in the aptly namedInternational Journal of Vehicle Autonomous Systems, Matthew Best of the Department of Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering at Loughborough University, in Leicestershire, discusses the optimisation of a vehicle’s standard brake, acceleration and steering control inputs in the context of avoiding collisions. . . . Read Complete Report