Abu Dhabi Police Want to Build a Station on Mars and Patrol Outer Space by 2057

Published November 16th, 2017 - 08:09 GMT
The projects will work towards a proactive security programme in the second half of the 21st century (Twitter/ADPoliceHQ)
The projects will work towards a proactive security programme in the second half of the 21st century (Twitter/ADPoliceHQ)

Heralding a whole new era for the UAE's space and interplanetary ambitions combined with visionary policing and security goals, the Abu Dhabi Police has announced a hyper-futuristic outer space project of its own.

The Abu Dhabi Police on Wednesday announced that it is planning to establish a large, smart project in outer space by its centennial year 2057, ushering in a new "golden age" of policing.

Among the mind-boggling new targets envisioned by the Abu Dhabi Police are sending police officers to Mars on a UAE-built spaceship and setting up the first ever police center on Mars.

Other targets include creating the first-ever cadre of astronaut officers to police outer space; foresight future police who will work to prevent crimes; 3D-printed police patrol vehicles and even a police center; robot cops that speak every language on earth; replacing 50 percent of the police force with robots, and carrying out half of all policing and security decisions based on data mining and analysis.

The strategic programme, to be implemented during the next four decades, will design a future and establish projects that work towards a proactive security programme in the second half of the 21st century.

Other plans include the Genomic Police, space police patrols, robot cops for exploring outer space, satellites for monitoring crimes and securing data against piracy, and a simulation model of the Abu Dhabi Police Center on Mars. Additionally, artificial intelligence (AI) systems will direct the behavior of inmates in penal institutions, nano-robots used for firefighting, air traffic police set up and more.

 

 

This article has been adapted from its original source.

 

 


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