The 5G mobile radio standard will change people’s lives and work. 5G is on everyone’s lips. But what concrete applications are already running? When are which technical standards available on the market? Which performance features can already be incorporated into your own products?
The 5G CMM Expo & Conference 2019 gave you a first-hand overview of the latest developments from international experts and key players. Showcases showed how practical examples from different application areas were implemented.
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Exhibition focus Smart Manufacturing–
Latency times of up to one millisecond and a reliability of 99.999% also make the vision of Industry 4.0 a reality: fully flexible, self-connected, autonomous production. This has a direct impact on people in almost all walks of life.
Exhibition focus Smart City–
Streets, buildings, squares, green spaces, restaurants, car parks – our smart venue is already a small city. Public life will change with 5G, on our smart venue these changes will become visible and experienceable.
Transparency and public discourse allow a differentiated view of the things that are indispensable for forming opinions and making decisions.
Exhibition focus New Mobility–
“Real-time” is the industry’s new magic word. Real-time data communication between cars and infrastructure will make traffic more predictable and thus reduce congestion and accidents.
Exhibition focus Smart Farming–
Plant, field and highly individual application technology in agriculture require a digital infrastructure that makes efficient and intelligent use of all available communication technologies.
5G offers this by allowing intelligent network circuits and the integration of external data sources with high data throughput (e.g. weather data and square centimetre accurate allocation). (Source: Federal Government)
Exhibition focus Logistics–
For the time being, however, the focus of classical goods transport is on networked sensors that transmit position, temperature, vibrations and other aspects of the handling of shipments to logistics centres or forwarding dispatchers.