GlobalData analysts said that the internal capabilities of the fifth generation – or 5G mobile technology with the same technology – to connect the Internet’s terminal systems with enhanced data streams and faster response times will open The whole potential of emerging technologies.
GlobalData’s Disruptor technology database shows 5G which can affect the deployment of emerging technologies, notably the Internet of Things (IoT), self-driving vehicles, robots & drones and virtual Reality (VR).
According to Archi Dasgupta, director of breakthrough technology at GlobalData, in addition to the speed of prominence, allowing data transfer between the two terminal systems almost instantaneously, the possibility of 5G connecting thousands of such devices at the same time with lower latency , higher reliability and less battery usage, creating a solid foundation for the efficient adoption of emerging technologies.
5G-can view its main use case in helping IoT applications overcome the limitations of 4G in industries such as mining, where latency and lower reliability are important to the most daily operations To ensure occupational safety.
Sweden’s Boliden mining company has partnered with Ericsson to deploy 5G at the Aitik mine which is equipped with hundreds of sensors for industrial automation. Boliden hopes to discover the potential business value over 2.5 million euros (US $2.7 million) in net savings annually with the use of 5G networks.
Self Drive car
The mobile communications Project to everything (C-V2X) of the 5G Automobile Association (5GAA) group, which has Audi and BMW as members, is exploiting 5G to expand its reach and enables faster data transfer between sensors in the driving environment and Centralized servers to coordinate automated driving in a safe and efficient manner.
Robotics & Drones
5G can fill gaps in 4G with almost instantaneous response time necessary for robots to handle more data in real time, to get new things and communicate better with the real world.
While a 5G robot of KT Corp has been operating in South Korea for coffee production, this technology is expected to be a key element in next-generation robotics applications such as telescopes.
5G advanced bandwidth will allow the drone to shoot a 4K video or 360 degrees directly through their camera and revolutionize how people watch the video.
The broad adoption of VR depends on the reliable 5G network because of virtual reality technology that consumes huge data.
The top-mounted VR monitors now require a powerful PC to run and store, which means that experiences are limited to a location and require high energy.
The cloud storage capabilities of 5G seem to be a solution to all of these problems.
Dasgupta concluded: While the adoption of 5G trade for wider industrial applications is expected to be deployed in the early 2020, its formal adoption may take longer due to some of the most important obstacles that are spent Charge.
As technology uses completely different wavelengths and needs much higher bandwidth than 4G and 3G, it requires network operators to replace the entire existing infrastructure.
However, 5G adoption will gradually increase and complement the efficient implementation of emerging technologies.