Monday, 18 January 2021

M1 and Airbus trialling 5G for unmanned aircraft

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Thursday 11 June 20

The pilot programme will explore the limitations of 5G unmanned air vehicles (UAVs), though M1 claims it could be more precise than current global navigation satellite systems technology

M1 and Airbus have announced today that they will be teaming up to perform coastal tests of UAV flight connected to M1’s standalone 5G network. Besides various forms of network optimisation for flight, M1 also noted that it would be trialling a specially built aeronautical 5G modem, designed for drone flight in urban settings…

M1 and Airbus have announced today that they will be teaming up to perform coastal tests of UAV flight connected to M1’s standalone 5G network. Besides various forms of network optimisation for flight, M1 also noted that it would be trialling a specially built aeronautical 5G modem, designed for drone flight in urban settings…

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