IoT And 5G Are Game-Changers To Many Industries, Including The Smart City.
A survey from Frost & Sullivan has predicted that the IoT and 5G are expected to drive the electronic test and measurement (T&M) sector upward. All this despite a pandemic! With the 5G rollout, it is expected to be a game changer. With higher devices support per square mile, this becomes an easy option. The high-speed capability of 5G is another advantage for the IoT devices.
As 5G networks allow for increased IoT connectivity, cities will become smarter, integrating more connected infrastructure.
As cities become smarter, there will naturally be new IoT applications that require further testing and measurement processes.
In the future, there might be a world where cars can communicate with roadside sensors and other IoT technologies whilst traveling which can make self-driving cars more of a reality and improve traffic. High-quality testing has ensured higher-quality cutting-edge devices are released to the end-users. While hundreds of manufacturers are ready to deliver IoT products, they unfortunately don’t get it right in the first go. With the growth of IoT, it is expected that the world takes a tech-centric approach.
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