How 5G technology will help power a connected world
While previous generations1G to 4Gof wireless networks enabled human to human and human to machine interaction, 5G will see machines communicating with machines
The next generation of farmers has some exciting times ahead. Imagine an airship flying over acres of farmland. Ultra high definition cameras on the airship keep a close eye on the crop, recording their health. Autonomous robots on the ground look out for crop diseases and send a status report to the farmer. The farmer views this information —including soil status, humidity and temperature thanks to smart sensors placed in the farm—on a tablet and orders a drone to get in on the action. The drone takes off and sprays chemicals and pesticides over the crops to keep them healthy.