header
Activity Holidays    Advertise Here    Login    Links    Contact Us    Site Map
paper_top

 





Subscribe in NewsGator Online

Making life a holiday with interesting vacation and adventure ideas.

Tales from here and there about this and that.




Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Future of Travel 

Passengers at Heathrow Airport's new terminal will travel the two and a half miles from the car park to the airport check-in, using driverless four-person vehicles. Since most of a flight is computer controlled, it does not require a vivid imagination to foresee a future of hands-free travel.

In fact, with the use of biometric data on passports and the trend towards networking databases, passengers could be scanned at the car park and then processed by the computers; being automatically delivered to their destination in much the same way as their luggage. At least when luggage gets lost, there could then be a fair chance that it will be accompanied by its owner.

Labels: , , ,




Share on Facebook

0 comments

0 Comments:

Post a Comment



Powered by FeedBlitz
Remember, you must register with them (it's free) in order to receive emails.

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?

Blogarama - The Blog Directory

Add to Technorati Favorites

paper_right
bottom