Important Trends Influencing Antennas and Wireless Technologies

By Telecom Tech Outlook | Monday, November 09, 2020

Electronic technology has started to embrace technologies that give devices the ability to act and think by themselves, on the basis of their own knowledge. Machinery has historically been automated or manually operated – utilizing predefined rules.

Fremont, CA: Consumer and business technologies are evolving rapidly. Recent advances in artificial intelligence, IoT, sensor technologies, robotics, and security are driving transformation in wireless and RF tech. As a consequence, software, hardware, and network infrastructures are also changing to boost technological innovation. Thus, new wireless technologies are being invented that are built to connect new kinds of devices.

Let us look at some trends that are influencing antennas and wireless technologies:

Artificial Intelligence

Electronic technology is starting to embrace technologies that give devices the ability to act and think by themselves, on the basis of their own knowledge. Machinery has historically been automated or manually operated – utilizing predefined rules.

Machines with intelligence are gaining prominence. However, they also need a process to learn just like humans. By utilizing shared knowledge or training data, it can be easier to accelerate the speed of machines

Now, with the advances in computing power and better knowledge of machine learning models, the opportunities for new applications are opening- from devices that are capable of processing natural language to systems that can improve business efficiency. Wireless technologies empower machines to communicate with each other, enabling them to get feedback and data that they need to make better decisions.

Robotics

Society is on the verge of experiencing a robotic revolution. Robotic process automation has the ability to change the way the economy works- in both goods and services sectors. Powerful robotics can transform production bottom lines in the manufacturing industry. Robots, when combined with AI and sensors, can achieve a common goal easily. Of course, this requires wireless capabilities.

Robots are usually used in areas beyond human access. Also, robotics can automate tasks and streamline processes.

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