As 5G steadily rolls out to major cities across the globe, the arrival of the super-fast low-lag network is set to make not only our online experiences better, but also everything else around us. The future of connectivity has never looked… faster.
Smart factories to become smarter and more automated
5g connectivity will fast enough to provide real-time updates and feedback, improving product development and speeding up production times. Throughout the next two years, manufacturing industries will continue to focus heavily in IoT connectivity, and this will change how all our devices – at home and in the workplace – interact with each other.
Driverless cars and the future
‘Driverless cars’. Two words that are talked about often but are yet to make an appearance in our everyday lives. With the low-latency transmission of 5G, the reality that driverless cars could be seen in most major cities and further afield is closer than we think.
Let’s look a bit further into the future, holographic technology is a service that could transform industries and customer experiences. VR and augmented reality, now developing under the influence of 5G, could become a part of our everyday lives sooner than you may have thought previously.
Of course, we can speculate and assume technology will advance at an exponential rate, but this is hard to predict. What we do know is that 5G, over the next few years, will affect how technology talks to technology, and this is exciting.