The designers and engineers are serious about creating skateboards for the future. However, they will not be normal skateboards. We are talking hyper-manipulable hoverboards. In actual fact, they are the Online Think Tank. Online Think Tank is now making a special report about to discuss the Future of Skate Parks, Skateboards and hover boards that will be the Future. One of the most important concerns is the safety.

What can we do to keep hoverboard systems secure for the user? How can we prevent them from throwing their riders while they are navigating upside down, is the question of a Tech Expert who is from Amherst University in Massachusetts?

Fantastic Question. And for your query regarding Hover Board stabilization loops, rolls, or even upside down flights, Here are some ideas: We keep the skateboard , or hover board inside “Positive ‘G’ Mode” constantly. Like the barrel roll on an hang glider, airplane, parasail, or helicopter. If you begin with a steep, high-speed bank and continue throughout, you will remain at the top of the Positive G region.

In the report of the Online Think Tank you will find two items within the report’s reference section: # 2 and #8. The sensors of the board be able to detect the weight distribution, and adjust it to the individual. Take a look at the Segway techniques or the new scientist with the motorcycle that participated at the DARPA Grand Challenge?

The technology is now available and will be further developed for use in wheelchairs and artificially intelligent robot Android assisted living systems, and similar gyro-systems are utilized across the aviation, space marine, and space industries. There are six-axis communication antennas that are currently used in a variety of industries. It’s the matter of weight, size and price, and Moore’s Law. The sensors and the systems will be so small that it is possible to build the Mosquito size flying machine and they’re currently doing so. This will assist the stabilization system.

A majority of fighters in the military come with computerized flight control autopilot kind of systems that allow the pilot to take off from an aircraft carrier in order to reduce the effect of the buffeting as well as to avoid over-correction by the human pilot. Additionally, there are systems that hinder pilots from leaving from the plane by performing impossible movements that planes is unable to accomplish.

When a skateboarder gives an order, that the skateboard moves, it will however, it won’t allow the rider to be at risk depending on the difficulty level. It is possible to be a novice, but an experienced rider could disable the system. In the future, someone will appear with magnetic boots and affixed to the board for an upside-down flight without the need for “G-Force” stability techniques and this invention will increase the excitement for advanced riders. The Skateboard/Hoverboard will merely become a platform “zoom-zoom” and it will have many uses besides just having fun.

The last stage of this technology within the next time will include an electronic hoverboard that is controlled by thoughts similar to the HUD systems that are used in the Apache Attack Helicopters but the skateboard’s helmet will be a small cap of carbon nanotube material, which will shield the rider from injury and to read neuronal signals using ultra-sound stereo with very low power in between the cap, and the skull.

“Your wish is my command and control”

And that’s how The Online Think Tank envisions that the integrated stability and control systems to function. They are confident that it will perform very well as well. What is the question is, are young riders brave enough to take the risk? The answer is yes, they are at least all of those we interviewed as part of the project.