Titan said that its unmanned aerial vehicles can take real-time high-resolution images of the Earth, carry other atmospheric sensors and support voice and data services. By the end of 2015, the Titan division merged into X, and Google launched other internal UAV projects, including Black Rock and Project Wing and Tango-based prototypes. Android ecosystem partners are also opening their own for more consumer use of unmanned aerial vehicles.
In mid-2015 Titan team in the desert in Arizona suffered crash, and later in 2016 revealed that the wing failure. Late last year, Spaceport America in New Mexico published a report called ‘Skybender’, which reports surfaced from Spaceport America in New Mexico that Google plans to use 5G technology to deliver a wide-area Internet, but the team seems to have serious problems.
Later, parts installed anti-Google has not yet provided the necessary shelves, nuts, bolts. “Nearing the end of construction,” Mike Bashore, information systems manager at Spaceport America, said in an e-mail message to Google contacts: “We all want to go to Home Depot to buy grounding accessories.” These accessories are not sensitive to sensitive electronic components. Subject to static electricity. But the nearest Home Depot hardware store is more than 100 miles from Spaceport.
Alphabet now confirms that the Titan team is closed and engineers are told to look for other jobs within Alphabet / Google within the next few months, with more than 50 employees affected. The Titan Team was distributed to other groups, including the High-Balloon Internet Project Project Loon. “The Titan team was merged into department X in early 2016, and we soon terminated the study of the high-altitude UAV Internet program,” said a spokeswoman for department X. “