I have a meeting with some senior politicians and pharmaceutical industry leaders. I don’t trust them one bit though, so I have made this copy of my research and hidden it from prying eyes. If anything happens to me, then a team with the right skills to continue my work might just be able to crack the layers of security i have put in place and find the information needed to protect the human race.
VJG EQFG VQ VJG NQEMDQZ ECP DG HQWPF DA UQNXKPI VJG RWBBNG QP VJG PGZV RCIG
Enter the decoded message:
Fill out the Sudoku puzzle to discover the code to the lockbox
Based on my findings that I hid in the lockbox, I spoke with the CAA about the importance of the uk airspace for distributing my formula around the world. I expressed my concerns around the current capacity and the challenges my team will face with integrating regional delivery by cargo planes with local delivery by drones.
Thankfully, they already have a plan in place – the airspace modernisation strategy.
This focuses on four key areas:
- environmental sustainability
Now that my work is gathering pace, I’m noticing some unsavoury characters hanging about my office and home. Maybe I’m being paranoid, but I have kept the location of the manufacturing site a secret. In case anything happens to me, I will try to get access to a radio and send a coded message with the location. You will have to use the right frequency – isn’t radio technology a-maze-ing!
Start at b and finish at x.
There will be thousands of flights required to distribute this formula – we either use a fleet that relies on Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), or we use more traditional navigation methods (ground based technology, much of it from the mid to late 1900s).
The GNSS allows for more efficient routing, including continuous climbs and descents. This reduces fuel burn and therefore reduces CO2 output. There are significant costs associated with fitting GNSS systems to a fleet of aircraft, though some of this cost would be offset by reduced fuel costs through more efficient routing.
There are, however, a number of potential issues with using GNSS. The first is that it can lead to overreliance or complacency.
It is usually a reliable system, but in the case of battery failure, incorrect data input or software issues, a pilot can lose orientation and find themselves in an unsafe scenario. Also, the GNSS does not allow for loss of satellite signal. This can happen as a result of issues with the satellite, issues with the equipment or due to interference with the signal (possibly intentional interference from malicious third parties), which also introduces a potential safety risk.