Leeds's would become world first 'self repairing city' by 2035 according to British researchers. They will do by creating an automation repair drone and robots that patrol the streets and drainage systems. That result will come, even your car doesn't dip into a pothole and any other problems.
Now engineers in British want to give the drone project, which is the biggest project forever in England. The University of Leeds won 4.2 million pounds ($6.5 million) grant from the U.K's Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council to make a national infrastructure that is called "Self-Repairing cities", there many drones and robots will identify their damages from the roads, than robots can fix that problem at faster than any other workers.
"The thought is to make a city that carries on practically like a living creature," said Raul Fuentes, an analyst at the School of Civil Engineering at Leeds University, who is chipping away at the venture. "The robots will act like white cells that can distinguish microscopic organisms or infections and assault them. It's sort of like a safe framework."
Facing a Major Challenges
Fixer drones are the issue of a new research project being conducted at the university. It will need the skills of a wide range of disciplines, including civil, mechanical, electronic and electrical engineering, as well as computing, economics and environmental science.
It’s part of a larger funded project by the UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. The endeavor will target one of the Engineering Grand Challenges, which calls for the restoration and improvement of urban infrastructure.
Source: University of Leeds