The fifth generation of mobile networks, or what we commonly call 5G, will bring faster speeds, lower latency, greater bandwidth and edge computing power. Then 5G will be the era of virtual reality and the Internet of Everything. The comprehensive application of 5G will bring huge changes to our lives. 5G is not only an updated version on top of 4G, but truly opens the era of "Internet of Everything": faster transmission rate, higher network bandwidth, ultra-high stability and low latency. Intercommunication between machines is truly achievable.
5G will make the network delay of the "instability factor" of e-sports a thing of the past, and the VR industry, which has always been tepid, will also be rescued. Since VR requires 10 times the display effect of a mobile phone, not only the pixels must be multiplied by 10, but the refresh frequency It also needs to be increased, and the transmission rate needs to be increased by 20 times or more. Only 5G technology can really meet this demand. A large number of video and machine vision recognition scenarios also require 5G.
The 5G network will deal with three major scenarios: mobile broadband, large-scale Internet of Things and industrial Internet. Translated into the vernacular, it means faster network speed, more connections, and lower latency. Compared with 4G, 5G will bring greater changes to people's lives. Whether it is life or work, it is not too much to describe it as "earth-shaking". Of course, 5G networks will change our work and life far more than that. In the future, mobile office, conference live broadcast, video surveillance, smart buildings, drone observation, ocean exploration, smart factories, smart cities… can all be realized through 5G.
In the global manufacturing industry, the 5G network will also bring its own network advantages to the extreme, subvert the traditional manufacturing industry, and allow intelligent manufacturing to evolve into a more intelligent and intelligent stage, which will improve the development level of the industrial Internet to a certain extent.
The 5G network is particularly important for the traditional industrial system, and it is a technology that can bring about disruptive changes, because the wireless technology applied in the global industrial system so far cannot meet the requirements of the industrial system, but the 5G network provides a very large possibility, so there will be disruptive changes in the 5G era.
The use of robots in modern social production is nothing new. Before the arrival of the 5G network, countless factories around the world were already gearing up for the realization of comprehensive factory intelligence. A notable feature of intelligent manufacturing is the use of industrial robots to replace part of the manual labor, making the factory more efficient. However, in the 4G era, intelligent manufacturing is subject to the shortcomings of the network itself and cannot fully exert its power.
5G can also build a comprehensive information ecosystem that connects people (including factory employees, consumers) and machines inside and outside the factory, ultimately enabling anyone and everything to share information with each other at any time and anywhere. In this way, consumers can participate in the production process of enterprises through the 5G network, including designing products and querying the production status of products in real time.
5G technology will be the catalyst to unlock the capabilities of robotics, and data will be closer to the source thanks to 5G's edge computing capabilities. This capability, combined with high speed and large bandwidth, will lead to smaller, cheaper and freer robots. The auto industry is already using collaborative robots to perform dangerous tasks that are hard to reach under the car, and 5G technology will help these robots become more agile, make faster decisions, and quickly adapt to changes in near real-time situations.
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