• 11 FEB 14
    • 0

    U.S. Proceeding with Mandatory Wireless ‘Vehicle to Vehicle’ Communications

    Don’s comment: And there are plans underway to one day have driver-less smart cars. While all this looks like being an emerging public health nightmare it may well turn out to be a Hacker’s wet dream. Imagine hacking in and controlling city traffic. Even more fun than Grand Theft Auto III and the blood will be real….

    *****************************************************************************************************

    From: SkyVision Solutions … Raising Public Awareness and Finding Solutions to Smart Grid, Smart Meter, and Radiofrequency (RF) Radiation Concerns

    Excerpt

    “The vision of ‘talking’ cars that avoid crashes is well on the way to becoming a reality. And we’re not just talking about cars talking to cars, but about cars talking to bikes, trucks talking to motorcycles, and even buses talking to pedestrians. This promises to significantly reduce the number of deaths and injuries on our nation’s roads while unleashing a new wave of innovation from advanced traffic management systems and smart mobility apps to real-time traffic, transit and parking information.”
    — Scott Belcher, President and CEO of the Intelligent Transportation Society of America

    The geniuses at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) are so concerned about your “safety,” they have decided to take it into their own hands and make it mandatory that your car wirelessly communicate with other vehicles on the road.

    As with so many other aspects of life, there is a top down push to remove control from the individual and transfer it to the “collective,” typically justified within the context of the “war on terror” or “it’s for your own good.”

    So, what we have here is “big brother” in combination with “more wireless communications.” For many people the idea of millions of vehicles on the road talking to each other using pulsed radiofrequency (RF) radiation signals is too horrifying to imagine.

    SNIP
    Read the full article here

    Leave a reply →