BREAKING: If You Thought 5G Was Scary, Wait Until You Hear About 6G
“Big Implications for many Government and Industry Solutions in Public Safety and Critical Asset Protection such as Threat Detection, Health Monitoring, Feature/Facial Recognition and Decision Making”– MIND COMMERCE
Everyone seems to be ‘up in arms’ over the rollout of 5G, but …
There’s this one company called MIND COMMERCE that is calling for 6th generation (6G) technologies, and we haven’t even rolled out 5th generation (5G) entirely, yet.
The rather freaky thing about all of this, besides obvious health concerns are the privacy concerns, and how The One World Order could use this technology to spy on citizens, develop “social credit systems“, and much more.
You can read the first 3-paragraphs of their recent News Release here:
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES, June 14, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — About ten years ago, the phrase “Beyond 4G” (B4G) was coined to refer to the need to move beyond what was currently envisioned as part of the evolution for 4G via the Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard.
Since it was not clear what 5G might entail, and only pre-standards R&D level prototypes were in the works at the time, the term B4G lasted for a while, referring to what could be possible and potentially useful beyond 4G. Somewhat ironically, the LTE standard is still evolving itself, and some aspects will be used in 5G. In the same vein as B4G, Mind Commerce sees Beyond 5G (B5G) as a pathway to 6G technologies that will render fifth generation capabilities and 5G applications pale in comparison.
The 6G technology market is anticipated to facilitate substantive improvements in many areas including sensing, imaging, presence and location determination. Higher frequencies will enable much faster sampling rates as well as significantly greater accuracy, down to the centimeter level. This will have big implications for many government and industry solutions in public safety and critical asset protection such as threat detection, health monitoring, feature/facial recognition and decision making (as in law enforcement, social credit systems, and other areas), air quality measurements, gas and toxicity sensing, and much more.
SOURCE: EIN Presswire