19 September, 2019
5G, the next-generation mobile network, is set to roll out worldwide, opening the door to a modernisation of emergency services. This technology does not simply represent just another advancement, but leaps of innovation, creating total technological disruption. 5G is designed for a high data rate, reduced mobile internet latency, energy saving, cost reduction, higher system capacity, and massive device connectivity (the number of devices connected with the same number of antennas is multiplied by 100).
How can emergency services make the most of the revolution to come?
In our latest document, “5G in Emergency Services“, we have examined everything 5G and its implementation are going to bring worldwide. Also, which use cases emergency services could look into, such as:
- Intrusion detection and surveillance
- Traffic control
- Public safety and surveillance
- Wearables and connected vehicles
- Drones and 5G
Do not miss this document, and remember to attend our webinar on 5G for emergency services on 8 October at 15.30h (CEST time) to discuss the transformation of public safety. For information on how to join the webinar, please contact Cristina Lumbreras, firstname.lastname@example.org.