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The famous Italian automotive company Piaggio, which launched its scooter called Vespa in 1946, actually brought a completely different perspective to the world of motor vehicles. Now, it has started working with its subsidiary Piaggio Fast Forward to change and transform the cargo transportation industry. According to information we have learned today, Piaggio Fast Forward has launched a compact version of its first cargo robot Gita.

The second cargo robot, called Gitamin, consists of two large wheels. The robot, which rolls on two wheels, follows its ‘owner’ like a dog. There is a machine vision system that he uses to do this, namely the camera and the sensor. The robot, which weighs almost 13 kilograms, can carry up to 9 kilograms. Like a personal assistant, the robot that carries everything everywhere is mostly used for grocery shopping, carrying cargo such as bags and order delivery. There is a fingerprint-operated lock system developed for this. In addition, the trunk of the robot can be locked. Gitamini will be available to purchase for $2950 on mygita.com starting October 15.

The company was founded in 2015. It develops light, smart and autonomous solutions for people and goods. His first solution in this area came with Gita, his personal robot carrier. Since the main purpose of this robot is to serve people, it was not originally developed for businesses. However, it is currently used to transport freight at eight airports in the US. A recent study found that lack of resources and staff is one of the biggest shortcomings in customer communication. Investing in automation tools can be a good solution to solve this issue quickly.

Some of the people who will read this part of our TechnoFuture series may witness what they read become reality. In the light of scientific and as a result of technological developments, we shed light on the next 35 years together. You will find everything from molecules with artificial intelligence to cities to be built on the seas. Welcome.
Humanity has a structure that takes shape depending on technological developments. When we develop our weapons, we go to war, when we find a cure for a disease, we cause new diseases. In this never-ending cycle; We take two steps forward, one step, sometimes even 10 steps back. However, after long periods of time, we continue to evolve. We always follow a little behind what should happen.

In the early 1900s, we predicted that our cars could fly one day, in the 2000s we produce those vehicles, then we realize that we did not create the appropriate traffic conditions for everyone to drive flying cars. There are some among us who think that it is unnecessary to look at these developments only from a logical framework and to make unnecessary excitement. With the TeknoFuture series, we continue to take a closer look at the developments that make sense and rekindle your excitement. Today, we are looking at the developments that are expected to be experienced until 2053.

Eye-recognition systems in our smartphones are now widespread thanks to infrared light lengths. Likewise, facial recognition technologies are now an important part of the computers in our pockets. In China, where 1.4 billion people live, pigeon-like drones are observing the public. The requirement to show documents for identity verification at airports is gradually disappearing.

Devices that recognize us with our eyes and faces have made fingerprint technologies a thing of the past. What about smart phones that you can control with your eye and face movements? Wait for 2019 and beyond. We actually have enough diagnostic technology for diseases like Ebola, swine flu, Zika, tuberculosis and more. The real challenge is to be able to bring these technologies to regions where diseases occur. Health is still one of the most expensive things in the world. Scientists are working on a technique that will make it cheaper. In the near future, we will see the proliferation of very inexpensive diagnostic tools made of specially designed paper.

Artificial antibiotics, which can be shaped specifically for the structure of each disease and virus, will begin to become widespread. Research since the early 2000s has now started to yield results. You read it right, yes, we will eat robots, but not as you think. Programmable micro-bots will be used to enter your body with pills, heal your injuries and discover the sources of nervous diseases. Clothes that can change size and color will be produced thanks to fabrics with nano-pores, miniature and flexible electronic circuits. These clothes will also have the function of keeping cold or warm according to the weather conditions. It must be quite functional for those who will continue to live in an increasingly warming Earth.