After almost a decade of development, 5G is finally getting closer to reality. This new generation of cellular connectivity has sparked lots of excitement, mostly due to its promise of gigabit data speed.
Alongside its expected dominance in the consumer space, 5G is also advocated as a future catalyst for Industrial IoT (IIoT) innovations.
Smart city model requires a cost-effective, highly scalable network to connect a massive, growing number of granular data points.
Monitor the structural health of critical public infrastructures like bridges and high-rise buildings.
Diagnose potential wear and tear for predictive maintenance to avoid disastrous incidents
Increase safety, reliability and convenience of a vehicle fleet with the help of speed and location tracking, road condition monitoring, remote diagnostics, fuel-saving devices and more.
Ensure environmental sustainability by using connected devices to measure water and air pollution levels, and receive alerts when they exceed predefined thresholds.
Track data on parking space availability and update digital signs, indicators lights and API-fed user apps to reduce congestion, improve driver satisfaction and save on ventilation costs in indoor parking facilities.
Adjust brightness and preschedule lighting of street lamps based on traffic conditions and pedestrian presence data.
Remotely monitor component health status (e.g. fixtures and lighting panels) for timely maintenance to ensure traffic safety
Detect tank and pipeline leakages with flow sensors and smart meters.
Enable consumers to track their water usage patterns and better manage consumption to augment conservation with metering data. Keep track of water quality at public taps.
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