9 responses

  1. Joe Nickence
    February 19, 2012

    I’m making a rough guess at scale. He’s done something like a large rock quarry in comparison. In terms of compensation, he’d be a millionaire by now. And not visiting the website, I’m just guessing he’s had to do some scale repairs and replacements on about six trucks and back hoes. Too bad he can’t list it on a resume as a professional excavation company. I’m sure he could go into any restaurant and share stories with the “9 to 5’ers” about the problems they share.

  2. Vstoriguard
    February 19, 2012

    Fascinating. This man is clearly a genius in the use of RC devices.

    A little crazy maybe, but a genius all the same.

    victor-storiguard.blogspot.com

  3. Khannea Suntzu
    February 25, 2012

    This is quite relevant. The number of design challenges to make more robust vehicles and tools should be quite low. With mass manufacture these things would actually be rather cheap. We wouldn’t need much – a drill bot; an automated set of conveyor belt drones; a robot to haul defective parts away; a soil particle mover; a constructor; a sand digger. Maybe a few other parts. Something to distribute energy, or replace batteries. I actually thing this would allow massive construction, given the proper interface and AI. I think a hundreds of these automated devices are cheaper than a few humans single man digging, or actual large scale machinery, in terms of manufacture, labour costs, infrastructure and machine cost.

    What if a swarm of these machines, if working together like an insect warm, would actually work much faster as well? This very notion could revolutionize the whole field of construction.

  4. amid
    February 13, 2013

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xosLzgt-zUk&NR=1&feature=endscreen

    Want to send me the price of machines in this video on your e-mail address with photos and details about these machines and thanks

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