So let's say you are a guy with a pretty decent and stable EAA setup running off a PC, and that PC is connected to the Internet.
Let's say you had a buddy who wanted to remotely tie-in to your PC to control your scope after you were done viewing for the night. He'd see the video feed, the tracking scope feed, and he'd tweak "your" SharpCap just like you would, but his project images would be stored on his cloud account or on his own PC.
He'd operate the system just like you would, but he'd be miles away, perhaps 1000s of miles away.
Let's say this worked so well that he and others were willing to "rent" your system by the hour, let's say $20/hr. All you had to do was to add your system to a Network of global EAA systems that were "up and available," and that didn't require monitoring. If sky conditions are good and you're not using your system, you enable your system onto the "EAA network" for others to reserve and operate, much like renting a hotel room by the hour. Clients would log-on to a central system, see a list of available "providers," see what capabilities they offer, and reserve and use blocks to time that night. Maybe you even set the hourly rate based on your location or system's capabilities.
I could see some entrepreneurial people standing up a farm of such systems in places like Arizona, and making a business out of it. It would be fun to do EAA anywhere on earth and no longer be restricted to your own backyard.
I believe professional astronomers do this exact same thing, reserving observatory time, and doing all the work remotely.
Any thoughts on how to make this happen?