The fifth generation means 5G of mobile networks, will not only upgrade the internet speed, but it also brings the next generation of technology. In the 5G network, lots of devices will constantly collect data and communicate with each other. You will connect your phone with every device at your home from the fridge to your security system.
In the 5G era, smart cities and autonomous cars could become reality. It expects that 5G set to come to India by 2020. So, let’s look at how it will change our life-
5G could make the city smart. It connects the urban infrastructure like waste management, traffic, and power supply. It means sensors all around the city could monitor pedestrian and vehicle movement to automatically maintain the traffic light and help in the traffics.
5G could make a great improvement in the AI-component of self-driving cars. The sensors on the car could collect millions of data points from its surrounding that helps the computer to make more precious decisions in the time of driving. 5G networks also improve the real-time responsiveness for remotely-controlled vehicles like a drone.
5G also make your home smart. It will manage power, security system, water consumption and improve sustainability. It automatically could all your necessary works and also track your health and call for help in an emergency.
In the time of 5G, smart-clothing and ingestible health monitors could become reality. The connected sensors on health devices could give instant feedback on ailments and help to develop remedies.
IoT means the Internet of Things. IoT is the network of physical vehicles, devices, home applications and other items that are embedded with electronics, sensors, and software.
The upcoming 5G will allow this IoT tech to communicate with each other. IoT has the applications for government departments, office spaces, agriculture, and hospitals. The IoT industry is expected 50 million such devices active by 2020.
Virtual And Augment Reality
5G will greatly improve the virtual and augment reality that changes the way of your view performances and events. It makes large-scale AR and VR more viable while ultra-high fidelity media could change.
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