Area Mesh


Through ordinary citizens can enhance the geo-positioning infrastructure of their country substantially in two ways:

  1. Increasing the accuracy of existing satellite positioning systems (e.g. through RTK)
  2. Participating in building their own sovereign terrestrial positioning systems (e.g. through WiFi signals).

While a citizen owned high precision positioning system (what works seamlessly indoors and outdoors) has numerous peacetime applications, the benefits of having ownership really shine through in wartime, when the citizens can deny enemies of accurate positioning information (e.g. introducing errors or encryption) at will.

Console Applications are progressive web apps that runs on your mobile phone, under the control of your Person Console. They are like helpers providing either deeper customisation or extra functionality to your Personal Console.

Most Personal Consoles (installed with just One Click on your phone) already come with a number of Console Applications e.g.

You can add or remove console applications within your personal console easily by adding or removing disposable nodes.

1. Remove Skill Barrier

Application Exchange removes the SKILL barrier to private cyberspace ownership by enabling complete customisation through mixing and matching of computing nodes (like toy bricks) without technical knowledge. Everyone can INNOVATE and shape their digital environments their way via simple interfaces.

For the first time in history, Homomorphic Encryption is delivered at scale, protecting individual privacy yet increasing community visibility.

1.1. Citizen Application Design

If all you have is a hammer,
everything looks like a nail.

Abraham Maslow

A lot of large scale problems facing humankind cannot be solved with Cloud Application which concentrates power, lacks capacity and limits innovation.


Citizen Application turns the existing Cloud Application control flow UPSIDE DOWN, giving the control of both infrastructure and application to the user, enabling everyone (from billionaires to refugees) to build asset, gain insight, boost innovation and make impact.

1.2. Citizen Application Implementation

All existing contact tracing solutions are based on centralised cloud computing, which lacks the privacy, visibility and speed needed to control COVID.

Virtual Vaccine is a Citizen Application that takes advantage of millions of mobile phones (not just as passive data collectors but also as active data processors) to hunt the virus down precisely and stop its spread rapidly.


Unlike Cloud Platform there is no locking in of applications and devices to platform rules that prioritises platform before users, Citizen Applications run inside fiduciary exchanges preventing data leakage with homomorphically encryption while promoting innovation by enabling direct connection between clients, servers and applications across platforms.

1.3. Demo Personal Console

The demo Personal Console has many Citizen Applications preloaded inside the following exchanges:

Application Categories Fiduciary Exchanges
Citizen Identity Dynamic Alias, Anonymous Interaction
Citizen Insight Citizen Timeline, Community Map
Citizen Resource Campus Compute, Home Compute
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Citizen Beacon

A citizens built terrestrial indoor capable geo-positioning system WITHOUT needing foreign satellites and rockets. It is enriched with citizen contributed information layers on top to create sovereign adaptive maps for the benefit of their own country.

The mobile cell tower, bluetooth, wifi signals, QR code locations (collected as part of Virtual Vaccine operation) can be donated by citizen volunteers to form a the initial signal reference database.

Some advantage of are:

  1. Sub-Meter Accuracy within Seconds
  2. In door, In tunnel, Underground
  3. Cannot be destroyed easily (with a few space missiles)


Community Map inserts a value-added layer on top of the amazing OpenStreetMap.

OpenStreetMap has a very simple design, everything is made up of just 4 elements:

  1. Node - a point in space
  2. Way - a line in space
  3. Relation - groups elements
  4. Tag - defines elements