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Samsung 5G

Samsung has been focusing on the provision of private 5G networks in a number of markets including Japan, Korea and the U.S.   Korean vendor Samsung Electronics announced it is …

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Analyst house ABI Research, in association with US network design and services firm Betacom, has put out a white paper about private 5G in warehousing, and Enterprise IoT Insights has …

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JD.com, the other mega China-based online retailer, has been running at least 100 “self-developed” automated guided (or “ground”) vehicles (AGVs) over a private 5G network, apparently from local vendors Huawei …

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The latest developments in cloud-based AI and edge computing, coupled with 5G’s enhanced bandwidth, are about to mobilise robots like never before and unleash a manufacturing revolution, explains Richard Cockle, …

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If you wanted a signpost to where industrial 5G is today, you could do worse than consider a couple of pre-Hannover Messe announcements, from Nokia about integrating Wi-Fi into its …

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enterprise IoT augmented reality

As with the telecoms industry’s travails with NB-IoT, only just starting to resolve, there is a classic chicken-and-egg scenario with industrial 5G, around availability of networks and devices. In other …

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5G manufacturing use cases

To further explore the intersection of 5G and manufacturing, register for the 5G Manufacturing Forum.    The emergence of 5G technology will have a great impact in the way Industry …

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IBM and Verizon are collaborating on 5G use cases and ‘management approaches’ for Industry 4.0 at IBM’s ‘industry solution lab’ in Texas, in the US. The pair are offering industrial …

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automated guided vehicles

To further explore the intersection of 5G and manufacturing, register for the 5G Manufacturing Forum. Automated guided vehicles are just one part of 5G manufacturing An automated guided vehicle (AGV) …

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Shipping ports can make money back on key private 5G-based automation systems in less than two years, reckons Ericsson, and make valuable gains (178-percent returns) within five. The Swedish vendor …

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