5 out of Innumerable Ways 5G is Set to Transcend Mission-Critical Technologies

By Telecom Tech Outlook | Sunday, June 28, 2020

5G is equipped to create a massive impact on the way people live, work, and play by complementing other mission-critical technologies. It presents an array of applications, out of which some are discussed below

Fremont, CA: With every innovation, the definition of telecom sector changes. The industry has been flexible and accommodating more modern technologies that have disrupted the previously set records. For instance, 3G brought the internet to handheld devices, and 4G disrupted it by enabling mobile broadband. In the same course of developments, the real deal 5G is now being deployed to shatter all norms set by 4G. 5G will connect everyone and everything, as technologies it encompasses, are designed to expand network capacity by breaking through barriers. Utilities, smart grids, appliances, medical devices, industrial machinery, homes, farms, and entire cities will be connected. 

5G will reduce the network latency and enhance reliability, allowing mission-critical tasks such as operation of self-driving cars, remote surgery, and improved public safety to establish secure connections that are lightning-fast. The sectors and domains of our daily life where 5G has already started to take over are: 

Private Networks for Industrial Facilities and Factories: This also includes 5G-enabled IoT with numerous devices, sensors, applications, and mobile connectivity, all designed to enhance the quality of the product, maximizing productivity, reducing operational costs, and safety hazards in industrial workplaces. 

Agriculture: The new technologies based on 5G will expand and accelerate connectivity of handheld devices without giving up the battery capacity. This will be beneficial for farmers, and veterinary diagnostics, crop protection, reduction of fertilizer use, and smart irrigation systems that save water. 5G will resolve the discrepancies between broadband Internet connections in cities and the rural areas, by blurring the digital geographical divide.

On-device artificial intelligence (AI): The combination of AI and 5G enables wearable medical devices and phones to collaborate in ways that are quick and smart to identify health problems and alerts the doctor immediately. 

Extended reality (XR): By vastly increasing the video bandwidth for XR with powerful computing and zero latency, 5G will bridge the gap between the real and virtual worlds. Education, retail, healthcare, tourism, and manufacturing are some of the fields that will experience the power of 5G in extended reality. 

The examples described above are only partial predictions of what 5G will make possible in the near future. With each passing day, the technology is supporting newer innovations and will continue for another decade or so. Or, it will go on till 5G debuts. 

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