Tuesday, 11 May 2021

Reinventing our cities for the future with 5G and full fibre connectivity

By Martin Samuel, Public Sector Director, SSE Enterprise Telecoms
Tuesday 26 January 21

Cities have been slowly transforming in recent years, from connected sensors that alert the council when the bins need emptying to the rising popularity of dockless bike-share schemes – and there’s so much more to look forward during the next digital revolution, like driverless cars and VR-integrated infrastructure.  However, these new connected devices and overarching ‘smart city’ applications will put huge pressure and increasing demand on the networks that support them. City-wide reinventions and the innovations yet to come will be dependent on access to 5G…

Cities have been slowly transforming in recent years, from connected sensors that alert the council when the bins need emptying to the rising popularity of dockless bike-share schemes – and there’s so much more to look forward during the next digital revolution, like driverless cars and VR-integrated infrastructure.  However, these new connected devices and overarching ‘smart city’ applications will put huge pressure and increasing demand on the networks that support them. City-wide reinventions and the innovations yet to come will be dependent on access to 5G…

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