Miles Research exists to navigate and map a commercial pathway for an innovative emergent technology. The system may be described as interdisciplinary, and draws from leading edge developments in applied sciences and computing. We are presently assembling a technology consortium to facilitate the world's first remote disaster intervention platform, to be piloted in Toowoomba, Qld. The system will deploy proprietary technologies developed over two decades for the purpose of delivering turn-key solutions to sovereign governments.
The initial discovery embodies a means to engage directly with near-future weather events, by targeting converging pre-event dynamics, within relevant pressure systems. The developers began to explore opportunities to increase rainfall for farming regions enduring drought, and reducing wind / temperatures for communities facing horror-fire conditions. Weather Moderation has been successfully demonstrated to government observers, to the United Nations' Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) and World Food Program (WFP), as well as to private clients and observers around the world.
Whereas distance prevents mankind from reaching inter-stellar exoplanets to seek potential for life, so a formidable 'time-horizon' impasse has prevented human intervention into near-future catastrophic threats. Such intervention has historically been relegated to the divine, or to gods in general. Miles Research backed by several strategic corporates, has developed a solution which permits the editing of Newtonian mechanics, ahead of time. By reprogramming atmospheric behaviours the technology is able to mitigate adverse conditions before impact.