Wednesday, 06 July 2022

Verizon and Caltech team up to explore 5G drones in bad weather

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Friday 04 February 22

Verizon will bring 5G Ultra Wideband and mobile edge computing to the Caltech Center for Autonomous Systems and Technologies (CAST), aiming to research how 5G, AI, and edge computing can help drones handle difficult weather conditions

This week, Verizon has announced 5G Ultra Wideband partnerships with a pair of US universities, aiming to use the network to help explore drone flight alongside the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and Industry 4.0 advancements with Pennsylvania State University. At CAST, the operator said it would use the 5G deployment to explore how the low latency, high speeds, and massive capacity of 5G can be used to help reduce drones&rsquo…

This week, Verizon has announced 5G Ultra Wideband partnerships with a pair of US universities, aiming to use the network to help explore drone flight alongside the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and Industry 4.0 advancements with Pennsylvania State University. At CAST, the operator said it would use the 5G deployment to explore how the low latency, high speeds, and massive capacity of 5G can be used to help reduce drones&rsquo…

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