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5G for Connected Industries and Automation
One of the main differences between 5G and previous generations of cellular networks lies in 5G’s strong focus on machine-type communication and the Internet of Things (IoT). The capabilities of 5G thus extend far beyond mobile broadband with ever increasing data rates. In particular, 5G supports communication with unprecedented reliability and very low latencies, and also massive IoT connectivity. This paves the way for numerous new use cases and applications in many different vertical domains, including the automotive, healthcare, agriculture, energy and manufacturing sectors. In manufacturing in particular, 5G may have a disruptive impact as related building blocks, such as wireless connectivity, edge computing or network slicing, find their way into future smart factories.
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