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Verizon says 5G lab program results show promise for next-gen industrial applications.
And Verizon’s efforts to incubate enterprise 5G applications come as competition in the market for consumer 5G services accelerates.
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After launching the 5G Studio with partner Newlab earlier this year, Verizon released details from the first cohort of companies building applications using the 5G ultra-wideband network and mobile edge compute capabilities at Newlab’s headquarters in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.
Verizon’s 5G lab program shows promise for next-gen industrial applications.
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Developers showcased applications in the teleoperation of robots and vehicles by leveraging the bandwidth and low latency of 5G networks:Exyn Technologies, a provider of technology for autonomous robotic systems, used the 5G network to provide near-real-time persistent data streams. The data gathering is used in support of applications such as using autonomous drones on construction sites for mapping the build against the design—even where workers are present.Ghost Robotics, which provides legged robotics systems and autonomous unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs), said that UGVs …
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