5G is creating new opportunities for people, businesses and society today. Here’s just a few of the game-chanigng innovations already making an impact.
Increasing product efficiency
With flexible production, automated logistics, connected machines and real-time data analysis, Mercedes-Benz will increase product efficiency in Germany by 15% by 2022 thanks to 5G technology and innovation.
Lowering CO2 emissions
The Port of Livorno in Italy has been transformed by 5G, using IoT sensors to track activity and boost operational efficiencies. Annual cost savings of €2.5 million are expected, along with a 25% productivity improvement and reduction in CO2 by 8.2% per port terminal.
Real time data analysis
AE Aerospace is the UK’s first SME to deploy a 5G private network to transform manufacturing productivity and provide a better quality of service by connecting sensors and using real time data to optimise processes and equipment.
The UK’s first 5G factory
Using a 5G mobile private network to run real-time machine sensors on the production line at Worcester Bosch, 5G helped to demonstrate that up to 2% efficiency gains can be possible. These gains at the UK level would be equivalent to £2.6 billion.