Just a few minutes ago, Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi launched the 6th India Mobile Congress at pragati Maidan in Delhi and following this, he rolled out 5G services too. Later, he inspected the exhibition at Pragati Maidan.
The 5G telecom services can offer seamless coverage, high data rate, low latency and a highly reliable communications system. To represent the potential of 5G technology in India, the major telecom operators trio demonstrated one use case each on behalf of Narendra Modi.
Those cases include precision drone-based farming, High Security Routers & AI based Cyber Threat Detection platforms, Automated Guided Vehicles, Ambupod – Smart Ambulance, Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality/Mix Reality in Education and Skill Development, Sewage Monitoring System, Smart-Agri programme, Health diagnostics and etc.
5G technology will provide a wide range of benefits to the common people. It will also escalate energy efficiency, spectrum efficiency and network efficiency. 5G technology will help in connecting billions of Internet of Things devices, will allow higher quality video services with mobility at high speed, and delivery of critical services like telesurgery and autonomous cars among others.
5G is helpful in real-time monitoring of disasters, precision agriculture and minimizing the role of humans in dangerous industrial operations like in deep mines, offshore activities, etc. 5G will allow tailoring of requirements for each of these different use cases within the same network, unlike existing mobile communication networks.