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Infrastructure is an important component of the IISS Economic Extension.
They tend to be organized along the lines of the Three Prime Technologies.

  1. Communications
  2. Energy
  3. Transportation

Description (Specifications)[edit]

Infrastructure is the established technical structures that support exploitation of resources and maintenance of a high technology lifestyle.

  • Infrastructure includes roads, power grids, communication networks, and automated factories among other possibilities.

Communications Infrastructure[edit]

No information yet available.

Energy Infrastructure[edit]

No information yet available.

Transportation Infrastructure[edit]

No information yet available.

Other Infrastructure Types[edit]

Life Support Infrastructure:

  • Life Support such as the provision of breathable atmospheric gases, habitable levels of heating and lighting, adequate water (or other appropriate fluid, depending on species), and environmental management (including repair and maintenance).

Sanitation Infrastructure:

  • Waste management (including trash collection, sewers and fluid drainage networks, recycling systems, reclamation and salvage yards, and dumps.

Government Services Infrastructure:

  • Public amenities such as governmental buildings (tyically housing the executive and legislative branches), court buildings (typically housing the judicial branch), law enforcement and emergency response facilities, libraries and museums, forums, public spaces, parks and protected wildernesses.

History & Background (Dossier)[edit]

Depending on the nature of the world's government and culture, the infrastructure may be entirely state-controlled, it may be regulated and policed by the government but otherwise commercially operated, or it may be entirely market-driven with little governmental oversight.

It is common for the local government to retain control of certain key aspects of the local infrastructure.

Future Infrastructure Technologies[edit]

No information yet available.

References & Contributors (Sources)[edit]

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