What 5G does for you and organizations, Ericsson showcases the technology’s ‘transformative power’ at IMC 2022

What 5G does for you and organizations, Ericsson showcases the technology's 'transformative power' at IMC 2022

As India prepares to enter the 5G era, Ericsson Imagine India where unlimited connectivity means unlimited possibility. at the India Mobile Conference (IMC 2022), Ericsson outlines the 5G use cases that will enable an exciting future, help unlock unprecedented possibilities, redefine business and lead in a sustainable future.

Cloud games: Mobile cloud gaming is an early use case opportunity enabled by network slicing. This is because shredding can provide gamers with the required performance guarantee for a good user experience. This demo delves into how mobile operators can approach mobile cloud gaming and make better use of network segmentation.

holographic communicationHolographic connectivity enables fully immersive, real-time 3D experiences that can be built with consumer-grade mobile devices operating over 5G, while providing a greater sense of spatial awareness, proximity, and presence. With holographic technology that closely replicates face-to-face interaction, it opens up a variety of applications for the general public as well as for industries such as manufacturing, utilities, and education.

Intelligent manufacturing With 5G: Smarter robots can perform a greater number of tasks in the manufacturing process, allowing their human counterparts to be employed in other areas. In “smart manufacturing”, the majority of production processes can be controlled and monitored remotely in the cloud, reducing the need for factory infrastructure and significantly reducing costs. 5G is integral for robots to be able to interact with their environment in real time as massive amounts of information would have to be transmitted instantly.

5G remote driving: From operating machinery in a manufacturing facility to connecting the supply chain to trucks on the road to remotely controlled/autonomous machines, connectivity is key to enabling the next generation of enterprise use cases. As the leading provider of 5G technology, Ericsson has demonstrated concepts and pilots with various partners and is helping to understand how wireless transition with 5G, IoT, Sensors and WAN networks can drive transformative change. Remote 5G engine/operations will help avoid sending employees to potentially dangerous areas. Our demo lets people drive a small vehicle located in Stockholm over a commercial 5G network.

Private 5G: Ericsson Private 5G is a next-generation private network, designed to drive Industry 4.0, modernize and digitize infrastructures and business processes. Organizations gain secure and robust connectivity to 4G/LTE and 5G standalone (SA) networks allowing them to improve and streamline business processes through data generation, collection and analysis. As a result, companies can improve productivity and create more value for customers, all while using a safe and environmentally friendly solution.

Edge AI Camera: There are many use cases in safety, security, and sustainability that take advantage of computer vision although the costs of transmitting video data to central servers in the cloud or data center for processing can be prohibitive. Edge AI Camera solves this problem by performing in-camera processing to enable real-time interventions.

Smart rice in the Metaverse: The metaverse is here and we see many opportunities to create digital twins in virtual space using this technology. Agriculture and especially rice production is one of the main priorities of the nation, and we will explain how the latest developments in this field are developing Artificial intelligenceInternet of Things, unmanned aerial vehicles and virtual reality can come together to provide and test innovative solutions.

Fixed wireless access: Millions of users are still waiting for reliable home broadband, especially in rural areas. While wired services require expensive cabling, Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) can provide an efficient and scalable alternative. FWA can help bridge the digital divide, exceed consumer expectations, and drive monetization.

Connected ambulance: The use case illustrates an urgent medical assistance intervention for a critical accident patient/victim while being transported to the hospital in an ambulance. In this simulation, the emergency technician wears HoloLens that transmit everything to the doctor and receive instructions from him at the same time, allowing for more specialized and real-time assistance. Inside the ambulance, a high-definition (4K) 360-degree video camera, integration of vital signs monitoring equipment and inclusion of facial recognition technology (which provides information about the patient after it has been processed in the cloud) allows the physician to remotely guide the pre-hospital emergency technician and closely follow the victim, enabling It leads to faster and more effective diagnosis and treatment.