How Does 5G Look in Industrial IoT

5G, the next generation of mobile broadband, has written its first page in history this year, after being launched in countries like the USA, the UK and South Korea. The new technology does not only benefit end consumers, but also manufacturers looking forward to Industry 4.0.

Factories utilizing 5G network connections will benefit from faster speeds, lower latency and superior broadband capability. Which means that more devices will be connected, therefore, higher amounts of data can be transmitted simultaneously, with lower latency improving the data exchange. Remote fleet management, mixed reality in factories, real-time data processing combined with ultra-HD cameras and machine vision, all will be widely deployed in factories using 5G network. In 2020, more industrial IoT applications based on 5G will be seen more often.

For manufacturers who are considering deploying 5G, three suggestions for 5G deployment preparation have also been included in this article.

Companies in this report:

  • Advanced Industries at Ericsson
  • Ekkono Solutions
  • HMS Networks
  • MarketsandMarkets

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