Laser powered vehicles are the future of transportation

AUSI, Australien Universal Space Industries have developed a system where lasers are beamed from telegraph poles onto passing vehicles to give them power for their electric motors.

Where does the lasers get its power ?

The Australian desert has enormous renewable energy potential & AUSI, Australien Universal Space Industries is working with the Gemasolar Thermosolar Plant in spain to initiate their solar power tower & Heliostat technology in Australias deserts.


Instead of beaming lasers why not beam microwaves . . .

The photon concentration from lasers can be collected by a special intake system on the vehicle & could even be converted into antimatter & the antimatter could power the vehicle. Otherwise the photons could be converted into electrical energy.

Antiproton annihilation reactions produce charged and uncharged pions, in addition to gamma rays.

The charged pions can be channelled by a magnetic nozzle, producing thrust. This type of antimatter rocket is a beamed core configuration. It is not perfectly efficient; energy is lost as the rest mass of the charged and uncharged pions, lost as the kinetic energy of the uncharged pions (which can't be deflected for thrust), and lost as gamma rays.

The above is a option, but probably the more excepted option is to use specially designed solar panels to collect the photons & these solar panels will convert the energy from the lasers into Electricity to power a electric motor.

If you were going to beam microwaves then you would use a Maser instead of a laser. I am not sure which one would be more efficient but I assume the laser option will be less dangerous than a maser.

Electric propulsion is 20 times more efficient than liquid fuel or gas propulsion.