5G Powered Industries

5G is the fifth generation of cellular wireless technology, which can offer massive connection power and fast internet speed for data transfer. Those key features of 5G will be powered some current or future industries. In this article we will explain 5G powered industries.

There are we listed some 5G powered industries in bellow.

  • Health Care
  • Smart Cities
  • Internet Of Things
  • Autonomous Driving(Logistic)
  • Education

History of mobile communications

  • 1G: Mobile voice calls via analog cellular networks
  • 2G: Mobile voice calls and text-messaging via digital cellular technology
  • 3G: Higher data transfer capacity and speed allowing mobile Internet browsing, video conferencing
  • 4G: This is what most of us use now, allowing us to stream films, use gaming services, and hold video conferencing
  • 5G: The next level, basically: more, better, faster, everywhere

5G Powered Health Care

5g powered health care
Source: qualcomm.com

Health Care is one of the powered industry by 5G wireless communication technology, the biggest feature of 5G low lag time allow remote surgery and remote diagnosis.

Here are the some examples about 5G in health care industry

  • Remote Surgery
  • Wearable Sensors For Real-Time Remote Monitoring
  • AR, VR
  • Transmitting large imaging files

Remote Surgery

The fist test of remote surgery completed in China on an animal successfully, this success is very important for the future of remote surgery, probably this situation will be not surprising in the future.

Wearable Sensors For Real-Time Remote Monitoring

Wearable sensors are getting more popular day by day, because of the increasing 5G technology powered device connectivity. For example ; sensors on our body can transfer data’s quickly with power of 5G, therefore when something unexpected happens on our body, this sensors can send a notification to doctors or family members.

5G Powered Smart Cities

5g powered smart cities
Aerial View of Chicago Skyline at Night

Cities are getting smarter day by day smart traffic control systems, subways, public transportation and etc. But when 5G become accessible those examples will be more than today.

In a nearby future 5G technologies will connect the world from the largest mega cities to the smallest internet of things.

Such a connected hierarchy must combine the smart cities, the smart homes, and the internet of things into one large coherent infrastructure.

So what kind of applications will be powered by 5G ? We listed some examples in bellow. But we discussed this situation in our recent article which one The Future Of Technology

  • Transportation
  • Public Safety 
  • Smart Traffic Control
  • Water Management

5G Powered Internet Of Things

5g affected Internet Of Things

The one of powered industry by 5G is it IoT. IDC Data predicts 152,200 connected IoT devices every minute by the year 2025. This means the number of connected devices is set to increase from 700 million to 3.2 billion by 2023.

With 5G network IoT devices will be work more fast and this acceleration will be create new areas on IoT world.

We listed some advantages of 5G in Internet Of Things industry in bellow.

  • Self-driving Cars
  • Health Care Industry
  • Smart Cities
  • Smart Delivery

5G Powered Autonomous Driving (Logistic)

The exponential increase in data from sensors and the need for almost-instant insight has made latency a central issue on autonomous driving industry .

The one of the big limitations of current 4G technologies is that radio waves go from the car to the cell tower down to a base station on the ground below it, slowing the speed of transmission.

5G resolves this, providing data rates 30 to 50 times higher than 4G—with a much lower latency.


Download speed of 5g is incredibly fast, that means user can download high quality movies, videos and other stuff in a second instead of minuets.

Also low latency of 5G or delay less than milliseconds, it allow faster VR or video conferencing possible.

Education is just scratching the surface of what’s possible in the classroom. Here is what teachers and educators can expect:

Lessons with AR and VR

Mixed-reality content and video require high bandwidth and low latency to perform optimally. 4G struggles to maintain the traffic required for AR and VR experiences.

But with 5G, experiences will be seamless. Students may tour the human body or visit other planets in VR. With AR, they can explore concepts through touch, pinching and zooming through the Earth’s layers as fast as they think it.

Smart Classrooms

Setting up devices and gathering feedback in class takes time, even when everything works perfectly. With the Internet of Things (IoT) on 5G, teachers can automatically log in as soon as they enter the classroom.

Menial administrative tasks will be automated, and students can deliver feedback digitally. Higher bandwidth will help signals remain strong throughout entire lectures and presentations, preventing occasional dropped connections and derailing focus.

Download Videos in Seconds

Gen Z loves video, and it makes sense when YouTube is also their preferred educational resource.

Downloading a high-definition video on 4G can take minutes to an hour. With 5G, downloading a feature-length movie will take seconds, maybe less, according to NBC News.

Greater Assistance for Students

Children with special needs may require more frequent or full-time assistance from teachers. There are robot applications to help with problem-solving, but they aren’t as responsive as the children they’re designed to help.

5G will enable robots to be full-time assistants and support teachers by responding immediately to help with learning exercises.

Flexible Learning

Every student’s learning style and ability is different. 5G will help students continue their education outside the classroom, delivering the same data speeds and responsiveness in the classroom to their phone or laptop.

Regardless of distance or location, 5G empowers students to access the same information and exercises as their peers.


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