The budding companies in Germany have been pleading to develop a software application to find the indications of Corona just like Google and Apple have been planning to bring in an electronic “handshake” amongst devices that indicates the infection when it comes to close contact.
Though bringing in the latest technologies is welcomed maintaining it with the ecological system is important stated “Julian Teicke founder and chief executive of insurance tech firm Wefox Group.”
He continued saying: “We do not think it is the best solution that Google and Apple own the server on which all the contacts plus the medical status of citizens around the world are uploaded.”
Adding to this he said: “What we need is an independent party that allows governments some kind of control over what happens with this medicine and contact data.”
As of Apple and Google, the two huge Silicon Valley tycoons have been trying to bring in “Bluetooth” wireless technology to back smartphone apps that will help find if a person is in close proximity to transmit Corona.
These apps will enable to reduce “economically disruptive lockdowns” and notify with the risks to check with the doctor or self-quarantine.
But the European government and the privacy laws have been looking at the pros and cons of the app which will be introduced by Apple and Google. Further, some of the countries are welcoming the app.
Both the giant techies recapped on Monday that they will not store any information online and rather their servers will depend on jumbled messages between smartphones and phones they unscramble. Moreover, they added that they are planning to permit health officials to take control of the dependable servers if required.