While our country is discussing the dangers of 5G, the German government is planning to introduce 6G technology.According to the information given According to a report by the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), by 2025, Germany will invest about 700 million euros in research on this technology.
All fundraising guidelines have been established and published.What can be expected is Around 2030, 6G will replace 5G technology in communication networks. The first goal is to lay the foundation for an innovative ecosystem of future communication technologies around 6G.
Research Minister Anja Karliczek announced that Germany must consider acquired issues and help develop new key technologies and communications technology standards from the beginning. In her view, 6G will become the future mobile data transmission technology, and will determine or even change our communication methods in the next ten years. Using 6G, the data transmission speed is more than 100 times that of 5GThis is a great advantage not only for individuals, but also for industry and agriculture.
For example, Karliczek gave virtual reality, which simulates real interaction. It provides new opportunities for remote collaboration not only in daily office life but also in production. It may also open up new possibilities in the field of healthcare (for example, in the field of remote treatment).
However, in order to be able to achieve such a solution, Karliczek said that the country must now invest a lot of money in 6G research. In this way, in the long run, Germany will be able to enhance its country’s technological sovereignty. She hopes that with this, Germany will no longer depend on other countries in the future.
Thanks to the future package plan of the federal government, it is possible to invest in the development of 6G technology. Only 685 million euros of this will be used for research. Karliczek believes that thanks to these additional resources, Germany is in a very good starting position in the international competition for the development of 6G technology.