Imagine attending a concert that has hundreds of thousands of people, but you will get top cell service for streaming video as well as calling, and also using internet applications like social media.
Changes in the way that he works,” he said. “It’s sort of like a catalyst that’s going to change what we think these solutions even are.”
Workers are always connected by digital tools
As the world’s industries undergo digital transformations workers will depend on technology to do their duties.
5G connectivity is bringing internet-connected computing or instruments closer to the end devices and marks, which includes those who work in the plant.
If I have a tablet or mobile-platform-based paper that needs to speak to a back-end operation in the cloud about, that information will be far faster and far more stable, said Mukesh Kumar, a specialist with Honeywell Forge. He has more than twenty years of experience in working on network equipment and services that include IoT Platform development.
Think about a few apps employees in the field require access via mobile devices like video conference calls with colleagues and experts as well as accessing information in real-time via virtual reality and artificial-reality platforms. These actions should also provide an excellent user experience as well as security.
“That’s now going to be possible with 5G,” Mukesh stated.
Utilities could expand the possibilities
Utilities can swiftly introduce new features to better serve their customers by implementing 5G.
This wireless tech will create an extremely secure and robust IoT network to connect. This will allow energy companies to streamline their operations. It will also make it easier to the introduction of the new advanced metering that is the integration in smart meters. It can also speed grid modernization by modernizing the equipment used in the power grid with modern technology.
With 5G utilities will be able to use the capability to draw near-real-time information from devices to the cloud. This will allow them to more effectively improve and optimize energy resources, which will help enhance resilience and provide customers greater insight into how to cut down on the use of energy.
Honeywell has joined forces with Verizon to accelerate the introduction of smart grid technology.
Utilities are now able to take advantage of a new avenue to benefit from LTE IoT connectivity and robust Verizon Managed Connectivity services, said Ann Perreault, director of connected utilities at Honeywell Smart Energy.