George wants to know more about Robots and sends Tamara out in the field to take a look first hand at a group of different types of robots. She interacts with one of them to see if she can take on the task at hand quicker than the robot.
George wants to know more about cyber currency. They start researching what cybercCurrency means in the Control Room, which then leads Tamara to New York City. On her visit to NY she gets to meet the brains behind millions of credit card transactions.
George needs to get people to the Park of the Future in the easiest way possible, which is obviously air travel, but whether it will be by plane or drone in the future is the question. Tamara does some research into airline travel and how they organize and schedule everyone.
Smart buildings are a way of the future, but they all need to have the utmost fastest connective technology. George wants to uncover how he can create a smart building and the technology required to connect them with fiber optic or copper cables.
The growing, harvesting and processing of cotton to make clothing is a very labor intensive operation, it also requires copious amounts of energy and water. George seeks to uncover sustainable lessons developed by a cotton clothing manufacturer.
Natural gas is another energy source that George wants to explore for the Park of the Future. He also wants to understand how, if it is cooled to minus 260 degrees, it becomes liquefied and can be transported all over the world.
George Davison unveils the "Park of the Future" for the very first time. This state of the art innovation and inspiration park consists of four worlds: World of Inspiration, World of Creation, World of Innovation and the World of Production.