Facebook has many plans to connect a two-third of the world people to provide Internet connection using drones satellite and lasers. This move was announced by the Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg.

This process will make direct competition with Google. Well, Google is planning to deliver internet access via balloons. Both Facebook and Google want to extend their audience, especially in developing the world.

Facebook plan will include a fleet of solar-powered drones as well as low earth orbit. Infrared laser beams will be used to speed up Internet connections. Facebook setup included experts in aerospace and communication technology in Facebook connecting lab.

Mark Zuckerberg is moving altruistic way of connecting new people in the world. Which will increase more members will increase more shares, likes for advertising and its revenues in a good way. Google also announced similar plans to develop solar power balance to access remote areas of the world.

The plan and ambitions of Facebook is to run beyond 1.2 billion audiences.

How Facebook Connect People With Drones

Facebook already teamed with telecom services in the Philippines the way to double the number of Internet users in that region.

Facebook hides find member team that worked at British firm Ascenta (founder of Zephyr) which has the record of the longest-flying solar-powered aircraft.
The social media sites interest in titan Space first reported by Techcrunch could be part of the Internet.org.

This deal is worth $60 million could be ambitious for Internet.org. Titan airspace will provide 11,000 drones to begin Internet access in Africa.

Titan aerospace can reach 20 kilometers (65,000 feet) of an altitude. It is being named as “atmospheric satellites” because they only fly within the stratosphere.  This company solara 50 and Solara 60 models have previously been listed.

Explaining Project Loon, Google said, “Project Loon balloons float in the stratosphere, twice as high as airplanes and the weather. People can connect to the ballooned network using a special Internet antenna attached to their building.”