5G for solving the problems with waste| 09.06.2020
The main purpose of the 5G in the near future is the development of the Internet of things, the use of unmanned vehicles, the introduction of technology “smart city”.
While domestic mobile device handle the loads within existing networks, the experts design the network of new generation to give more opportunities for the implementation of industrial
task. It is intended for creation and transmission of databases, information collection and technology development of the industrial Internet.
In Tatarstan experienced area networks 5G was launched in may 2018. The project is Innopolis city and allows residents to test their own designs on the networks of the fifth generation. Testing
this network was also held during the football world Cup in Kazan in 2018.
The 5G technology will be relevant for the company’s products “Etton”.
AIS “E-ecology”, which is a hardware and software platform to control deposition of waste and the logistics management of waste (including municipal solid
waste), it works on existing 2G, 3G and 4G. However, the move to 5G will open a new functionality that will meet the challenges of the time.
Among the existing basic use cases of the mobile network 5G priority is a massive machine-to-machine communication (massive Machine Type Communication). This technology allows
to connect more devices with less power. Sensors are energy efficient: lasts longer, are smaller.
The use of networks of the fifth generation will transmit roughly 10 times more data with minimum delay, to improve the quality of data processing and to speed up the adoption system
solutions. Minimum stable download speed when testing 5G network made up 100 Mbps 4G Network on average show less than 10 Mbps, although the final value depends on many
The system “Electronic environment” is designed to build the routes of garbage trucks on the basis of the degree of fullness of the containers at the sites. The route of the vehicle is implemented in accordance with
traffic situation: traffic congestion, traffic jams, repairs, road closures. If repair work is a predictable phenomenon, other situations require instant transfer of data with location. For
the time spent on data transmission on existing networks, together with the distance to the container yard, which is required to overcome the vehicle, the traffic situation can
to change dramatically. Thus, the growth in the number of vehicles and increase traffic flow in major cities to determine the relevance of the introduction of 5G networks in the future use of the system.
Technology device-to-device (“device to device”), implemented in 5G, will allow the maintenance personnel to instantly read the information from the sensor container with your smartphone. Staff
to measure of fullness of the container, the weight of the container at a specific point in time or its specifications.
The advantage of this technology is that the communication happens without any load on the network as the transfer is made in the unlicensed part of the spectrum. The device (sensor and smartphone) share
data directly through the core of 5G is only signaling traffic.
As noted by Efim Klimov, General Director GK “Etton”: “the Network of the fifth generation will not only achieve high data transmission speeds, but also give the opportunity to expand existing
services on a new qualitative level. Not far off in 2024, when the national project “Digital economy” in our country must be deployed 5G network. We aim to create
a product that will meet the requirements of the time.”
The potential of introducing next generation networks to create a super fast IT product for the regional operators and local authorities is large. But you should start with the fact that all devices in
including used for monitoring the movement of trucks, the sensors must support 5G technology. And, of course, is to wait for the allocation of frequencies for implementation of the network of the fifth generation.
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