Skylifter, an Australian aeronautical firm, has developed an amazing piloted dirigible that's able to carry loads of up to 150 tons over distances as great as 1,240 miles at 51 miles per hour. The aircraft could literally move an entire building, which might change the air cargo industry forever.
Skylifter's aircraft is discus-shaped, which means it can move in a "directionless" manner, regardless of the wind. This will enable the saucer to go pretty much anywhere, even extremely remote and otherwise inaccessible areas. According to The Economist, "the company envisages modules ranging from rural hospitals and disaster-relief centers to luxury airborne cruise ships."