Things 5G Network Can Do in 2020

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Nowadays, there are several unique things the 5G network can do. “Whatever we do now with our mobile phones we’ll be able to do better and faster,” says Ian Fogg, a Mobile data analyst from Open Signal. Now, let’s take a look at things 5G can deliver in 2020.

Good Health Monitoring

5G network is beneficial for everyone, especially those staying in remote places. While there’s so much argument on the speed of 5G, the vital aspect is excellent and steady streaming. This will make device transfer data at an excellent speed without much difficulty. With this, data can be transferred right away with less time in delivery. This makes it beneficial to the health industry; this can also allow wearable technologies to monitor the situation in real-time. Assistance is also delivered effectively when needed and on time.

“For people living in rural areas, the doctors are usually located several miles away, traveling while ill can be time-consuming and challenging. With the advent of telehealth and remote home monitoring systems, though, we could receive care from the comfort of our homes” reported by AT&T Business.

Augmented Reality

Augmented Reality is not an innovation, but a necessary feature needed to display creativity. Interior designers also make use of Augmented Reality to virtually position furniture in a room to see how it goes. For example, it is used in museums to present additional content for exhibits. 5G makes this reality accessible in more varied circumstances.

“5G will let you implement Augmented Reality anywhere. With this, you won’t have to rely on getting access to a Wi-Fi network anymore. This will allow small businesses to innovate and also use AR in their shops, in outdoor environments, or any other locations without the necessity to provide steady Wi-Fi” says Chairman of web hosting provider Hostinger, Arnas Stuopelis.

Search and Rescue

Up until now, dogs and people have been doing the work of locating missing people or searching operation. But with improvements in 5G, sophisticated technologies or drones can become better or even good for searching operations. It can also assist in avoiding accidents and other circumstances that may occur.

Recently, there have been prototypes existing for search and rescue operations. The Emergency Rescue technology called “Skyship” is a drone that can carry up to eight drones. These drones use high-definition cameras and thermal imaging to look for signs of life in disaster zones. Such drones can also move a first aid kit to a first responder or a rescue before the emergency arrive.

Even Smarter Cities

By using data-gathering sensors, cities can also become smarter. Just like vehicles, cities can also be smarter in solving various problems. This will also make different parts of the city able to communicate effectively. Spot occurring jams will be seen, other scenarios will be spotted, and smart cars are informed about them to allow them to divert the unforeseen.

“Using data gathered on vehicle and pedestrian lifestyle, street lamps could be dimmed or even switched off in low-traffic areas. Instead of only activating when a person is detected walking nearby” reported by Techradar.

Traffic lights can also be adjusted efficiently to allow vehicles to move effective and extra lanes could be opened when needed.

Smarter Cars

With the 5G network, vehicles can communicate with each other. They can also share reliable and relevant information such as speed, location, and directions. Vehicles will become smarter with the implementation of the 5G network.

With this, 5G will help transform several aspects of technology or our day to day living. It can boost business, monitor health issues, and also save lives in search and rescue operations.

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