The first thermodynamic computer

(Pending editorial review)
Italia (Udine)
The three pillars of modern civilations, access to clean water, energy and internet, are scarce, if not completely absent, in many developing countries; infrastructures are difficult and expensive to build in little time and resources are not well-managed. Watly offers a net of solar-powered HUBs, a system of micro-cogeneration supercomputers each of which purifies water from any sort of contamination, generates electricty off-the-grid and gives access to the internet. Every single unit has user-friendly devices are integrated as well as for an ESA sponsored drone micro-airport and a human-to-machine smart interface connected to an A.I. for health monitoring and assistance. Watly's mission is a manned Mission to Earth, to create a Green Singularity, enhancing humans' life standards and to save the planet.
Submitted by

Edoardo Segato (31 May 2017)


I'm Watly's communication designer. In 2015 I published an upgraded biography of serbian physicist Nikola Tesla for italian publishing house Hoepli. I'm also Youth Assistant and Operator of the international multicultural organization Young Template Of Peace (Y-TOP), co-founder of Officine Tesla, Tour Assistant and Social Media Manager in I'm|Possible. I love travelling, composing, performing, writing and researching for innovation and unification.

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