The biggest problem of technology is its constant renewal and involuntary growth.
Future growth forecasts for the telecommunication services market, IPTV, internet telephone services and e-commerce trends cannot be made.
However, the market is always moving towards the highest level of technology. No one asks if we are prepared. While we are always chasing the newest, laws and regulations follow us.
The people who are socially and economically ready for this are very limited, but renewal and consumption continue unabated.
As technological innovations continue to gain momentum, the benefits and costs of technologies that will continue to be important and redefine the new normal are not questioned.
We have already started talking about 6G before the infrastructure and superstructure studies of 5G and the adaptation processes of the devices are completed. This also reminds us that we do not use technology economically. Constantly renewed technology keeps the market vigorous, but no one asks whether tradesmen, consumers and regulation are ready for this.
6G equipment started to be designed. While even tube televisions are still gaining market share in our country, the economic benefits and costs of 6G should be investigated.
The economics of increasing Gs will force network operators to increase infrastructure investments. Fiber infrastructure in our country is still not even at a medium level. Increasing G’s will mean a simultaneous increase in virtualization. It does not seem possible for the consumer to reach conscious seller solutions in a short time.
It is also evident that tradesmen cannot receive appropriate training even for existing electronic products and cannot become employees trained from below.
Many companies around the world may have advanced virtual technology capabilities. However, we should try to use the technologies we have with diversity as in America. The constant supply of the latest technology and equipment also means that our country’s national existence is constantly becoming waste, and consumption puts a strain on the economy.
Satellite broadband and IoT networks should be developed at the highest level without underestimating them, and should also be offered as a service to the state as a social project. Conscious usage regulations should be implemented to ensure that new technologies do not mean constant growth and constant consumption.
Offering satellite-based IoT solutions to the service of the industry and simultaneously providing training to the sector through NGOs and Chambers by experts in the field should be continuous.
The limits of internet-based television, phone calls and video sharing are still unclear, and they are always tried to be regulated later with criminal sanctions. It would be much wiser for the entire industry and consumers to keep the codes of practice at an applicable level instead of penalties.
In summary, we love technology and innovations and we get used to them quickly, but we cannot receive and provide fully equipped training for the new. Ensuring that the place of use is preserved instead of completely removing and throwing away the old one will economically support our country’s gross national product. The technology to be used must first be well understood by the service providers.
America, the technology giant that the world takes as an example, still uses 110 volt electricity, 2G technology is widespread and trams serve on the roads.