I have recently been interviewed by the BBC about ARIA, which is building open source autonomous logistics infrastructure to deliver goods to remote areas of the planet.

ARIA began as a 10-week student project called Matternet.  It was conceived by an international team of 18 leaders during the 2011 Graduate Studies Program of Singularity University at NASA Ames Research Park.


“If the idea of the Matternet is the same as the Internet, we want everyone to be able to use it and see it”  – Arturo Pelayo


Read the full story at the new BBC Future Blog right here.