Smart Cities use commercialized military internet of things tech to spy on everyone
Pegasus Global Holdings (PGH) a Trademark of Mobile Arch Partners (MAP) is working with DHS, the CIA , the Department of Defense (DOD) and the Department of Transportation (DOT) to create total surveillance Smart Cities.
Two years ago, PGH announced their plans to spend $1 billion to build a full scale mock-up Smart City, complete with surveillance cameras, microphones, Bluetooth monitoring devices, License Plate Readers and probably Stingray cell phone surveillance equipment. (Click here to learn how Bluetooth monitoring devices spy on motorists and pedestrians.)
What this means is, the Feds have created a mock-up city specifically designed to perfect their surveillance of citizens.
According to PGH’s website, they’re also a prime-vendor for the U.S. government and a manufacturer of defense equipment and technologies. PGH are also experts in commercializing military tech for the marketplace and the militarizing of global commercial technologies for the DOD and other U.S. Government Agencies. (Click here to find out how the Department of Defense funds MAP.)
What they’re really saying is, PGH specializes in using military spying equipment in Smart Cities.
Brief list of companies working on Smart Cities:
Corporations don’t care about our privacy, they only want their piece of the projected $1.56 trillion dollar Smart City market.