Drug Scalping

 

There has been a lot of speculation that Abstergo and its affiliates have been  manipulating and destroying drugs in an attempt to control the pharmaceutical markets and drive drug prices up.  This is a false accusation fuled by false articles created by individuals and organizations who wish us harm. There has been recent development that may make it look as though this is true such as the increase of prices of certain drugs, however this is normal in the industry and should not be taken without context. Abstergo strives to make the world a better place and believes in creating strong customer relation. If you have any questions or concerns please contact your local Abstergo facility.

 

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Abstergo’s FTD To Explore New Planets

Thanks to the hard work and great efforts of our friends at National Aeronautics and Space Administration, NASA, 7 new zone planets have been discovered. Furthermore, studies have shown that said planets appear to be similar in nature to our Planet Earth; with very high probability of human survival upon them.

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“This illustration shows the possible surface of TRAPPIST-1f, one of the newly discovered planets in the TRAPPIST-1 system” (NASA). Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech

Here at Abstergo’s Future Technologies Division, plans were already drafted on the possibility of traveling 40 light years away from Planet Earth, around 235 trillion miles, in order to conduct research and studies on one of the planets.

The head of Abstergo’s Future Technologies Division, Mr. Otto Schmidt had the following to say.

“We are proud to announce that thanks to the constant developments of Abstergo’s R&D teams, FTD teams, Lineage Research and Acquisition teams as well as the Animus and Helix teams, we are that much closer to expand our research beyond our Planet Mars and onto TRAPPIST-1f”.

“We look forward to ushering the new dawn of humanity and the future of humans for thousands of eras to come”.

For more information on TRAPPIST-1f and the TRAPPOST-1 System, please feel free to click here to be redirected to the press release by our friends at NASA!

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Happy New Year and Thank-You

As we ring in the New Year Abstergo Industries and Entertainment want to thank you for your support throughout the year. We have had losses and triumphs this past year, including the release of Abstergo Entertainment’s first feature film. Abstergo has helped lead the way in science, medicine and entertainment in the past and will continue to do so in the future. We cannot thank our supporters enough and hope you will join us in 2017 as we continue to push the boundaries of reality to create a better future.

May the Father of Understanding Guide Us to a successful New Year.

Scott Baldwin

Director of Public Relations

 

New trailer of the Assassin’s Creed movie

There is a new trailer for Abstergo Entertainment’s upcoming movie, ‘Assassin’s Creed’, which will appear in cinemas on December 21st, 2016.

The movie is about the Animus and the genetic history of Callum Lynch, whose ancestors were important figures during the time of the Spanish Inquisition. Continue reading

VR Conference

Abstergo finished its virtual reality (VR) conference today in San Francisco, CA. Many VR developers came together to discuss issues and advances in virtual reality applications. Some of the topics included: The Future of Healthcare: Creating VR/AR for Patients & Doctors, Hybrid Reality: A New Paradigm for Astronaut Training, Beyond Games: VR as the Next Mass Medium (Presented by HTC VIVE – VIVEPORT) and, What Really Happens When You Put VR in Schools.

There is interest in moving beyond personal entertainment and into the fields of medicine and business. Using VR as a tool to assist in complicated surgical procedures, treating psychological illness such as depression or addiction, VR-based job interviews, social media expansion, crime scene investigation, and education are just some of the possible applications beyond gaming.

Mobile VR applications are being worked on within the world of gaming, but for the moment, the use of VR is limited to confined spaces.

Defense Against Drones

Over the past few years our facilities have come under attack from hackers trying to gain access to our countless research projects. However, these attacks have made us more resilient and allowed us to keep up to date on our cyber security. Nowadays, a new technology that is rapidly advancing in accessibility, maneuverability, and tactics is posing a new threat to our company’s security. Drones, while a useful and fun tool, can pose a serious threat. Abstergo has developed technology to build invisible security fences around a facility to keep drones from flying in, and hackers out. These walls can be used to protect remote radio towers, power substations, and so much more. With refinement, this technology has the potential to go beyond static objects, like buildings, to be applied to moving vehicles such as cars and planes.

Here is an example of how a car can be hacked: