Did you know that Smart Cities will require low orbit satellites that may sit as low as 200km above the ground? "The Internet of Things IOT, which is AI, will effectively digitise most processes in our lives and the economy more broadly, from smart home appliances (which automate things like ordering groceries online and monitoring your consumption), to industrial-scale manufacturing. AI allows devices to talk with each other and operate independently, further accelerating the rate of data creation,

Moving to the country is no escape from the web of AI and digital connection.

Still image from Hadley’s simulation of the Starlink satellite constellation. Credit: Mark Hadley. Universetoday.com

“For rural infrastructure and supply to regional and remote areas technologies such as low earth orbit satellites and edge data centres are likely to play an important role. See our posts on Digital ID, Digital Currencies and Smart Cities for what this means for you and your family.

Already a blight on our night skies, more and more low orbit satellites will and has already begun to destroy the ability for stargazers to study an unadulterated sky.

An image of the NGC 5353/4 galaxy group made with a telescope at Lowell Observatory in Arizona, USA on the night of Saturday 25 May 2019. The diagonal lines running across the image are trails of reflected light left by more than 25 of the 60 recently launched Starlink satellites as they passed through the telescope’s field of view. A common sight for astronomers.

“These satellites sit between 200km and 2,000km above the earth’s surface and orbit the planet, and they’re already used by governments to perform tasks such as border patrol and domain awareness.” “We’re likely to see a constellation of LEOs used to supplement 5G networks based on the ground, creating a new wave of potential digital infrastructure assets in space." Ericsson.

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Telstra's Low Earth Orbit Satellite agreement

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