Monday, 18 October 2021

Citymesh private 5G network brings drones to Brussels Airport

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Wednesday 07 April 21

The drones were successfully tested for inspections and surveillance purposes while connected to the mobile network

Back in December last year, IT company Cegeka acquired a majority stake in the operator Citymesh, aiming to create what they called the “fourth national operator” in Belgium, with a specific focus on the B2B market.   Now, Citymesh has announced the successful trials of drones at Brussels Airport for inspection and surveillance, connected to the Airport’s private 5G network.   Dubbed the ‘safety drone’, the remotely operated device has taken part in numerous test scenarios at the airport…

Back in December last year, IT company Cegeka acquired a majority stake in the operator Citymesh, aiming to create what they called the “fourth national operator” in Belgium, with a specific focus on the B2B market.   Now, Citymesh has announced the successful trials of drones at Brussels Airport for inspection and surveillance, connected to the Airport’s private 5G network.   Dubbed the ‘safety drone’, the remotely operated device has taken part in numerous test scenarios at the airport…

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