Automated Infrastructure

�It will probably need to be lightly weaponized, to keep people from screwing with it or riding on it.

�There’s no reason for the middle connector piece. As long as it’s fictional, there’s no reason we can’t imagine putting the cpu and batteries into single-rail units traveling independently up and down the line.

�These things are going to exist. Versions of them will be everywhere: bahn-bots annotating potholes; citywide roombas snuffling up cigarette butts and shopping bags; Meadowlands-minders vagrantly scanning for illegal garbage dumps and the putrefaction of dead bodies. The infrastructure will be automated, ambient, and invisible.

�When you start imaging these things broken down and lying in the damp with weeds poking up around them, then you’re thinking about the future. �via Behance

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  1. The middle piece serves as a stabiliser as i see it, so a single one would fall on a turn without it.
    Why would they be lying around broken down? They are monitored by an operator, no?

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