There is a new device that allows you to control your phone via the Internet. Known as the GMRS Mobile Phone Controlled Intelligent Robot, it's a mobile phone that sends and receives calls. It has a number of sensors including a GPS location sensor and an RFID reader. Those sensors allow the phone to know where it is in real time and how to orient itself. This is a small step toward making our lives more automated, and it could make our lives easier in many ways.
The technology for these phones originated in Germany and is now available for use in the United States. The idea is that the user doesn't have to touch the phone itself, but can instead authorize the device to call or send messages. They can also, in some cases, make calls themselves. The devices will have access to information from a variety of different databases including the Federal Emergency Services Network (FETS) and Commercial Cellular Information Resources.
The question is whether consumers will be willing to trust such a highly personal device into their own hands. Will consumers feel comfortable entrusting such private information into the wrong hands? Will the phone break or malfunction once it is in users' hands? These are all important questions.
One of the advantages of having a phone controlled by someone else is that you don't need to have a technical expert in the area to do it for you. The system is simple enough to set up and it is very easy to operate once the initial setup is complete. Even if you've never programmed anything like this before, you can likely figure it out fairly quickly. The system allows you to make and receive calls. Once the phone is activated, it automatically dials numbers and performs other functions. You can customize the phone to perform just about any task that you need it to.
Of course, phones won't just dial phone numbers. They'll also be able to make VoIP calls. VoIP, which stands for Voice over Internet Protocol, is a high-tech method that lets you make telephone calls from your computer using your broadband Internet service instead of using your normal phone. This technology allows you to place calls at much lower rates than you would with traditional phone lines. Of course, if your Internet service goes down, you won't be able to use your VoIP device.
It seems somewhat awkward to have your phone to control another device. However, it is actually quite easy to do. After the initial setup, you will simply plug the phone into the USB port of the GPS Mobile Phone Controlled Intelligent Robot. Once that is done, you simply activate the device. It will then begin making calls. It is a completely wireless device that can be placed almost anywhere.
As you can imagine, this might raise a few questions. How, exactly, does the phone know when to make a call? And how does it know where to place the call when it's done? These are all good questions. The answer is in the device's artificial intelligence system. This enables the phone to know not only when to make a call, but in what direction, as well as what to do once it has made the call.
In other words, the GPS mobile phone controlled artificially intelligent robot could be considered the most exciting product yet developed for consumers. It allows them to make their own calls, view the caller's location and more. If you're thinking about buying one, then this is a great way to go. You'll be glad that you did, too.