Everything you need to know about 5G and Autonomy-as-a-Service

Everything you need to know about 5G and Autonomy-as-a-Service

1G brought us analog technology revolutionizing the way we communicate and offering instant contact around the globe.

2G saw the birth of the instant messengers and the world’s first chat forums.

3G faster communication enables the photo sharing to begin. The dawn of the smartphone.

4G wireless broadband transported in the palm of our hands enables video communication across continents

What is 5G?

5G will redefine society: it is the fifth generation of wireless technology and the fastest, most reliable and most revolutionary technology the world has ever seen. This will not only affect the way we communicate, but the effects will impact every facet of our working and daily lives, everything from the way we get to work to how we buy our groceries. For the first time in history, connectivity is at a rate fast enough to enable direct communication between intelligent devices, in other words, the Autonomous Economy.

Where is 5G going to be available?

Across the globe, major Telco operators are racing to bring 5G to society. Unmanned Life is teaming up with the top mobile providers on every continent to enable the Autonomous Economy around the corner. From Government to enterprise level, leaders are jostling to launch the network to eclipse all others. The 5G network launch is imminent, access to radio waves, fiber and small cells to enable the installation of the network equipment are taking place as you read this.

5G will be ready at a commercial level in the next year and to consumers in the next few years. As understanding of the enormous impact spreads, so does the race accelerate. In the global casino, Unmanned Life put it all on black, and have the software platform ready to connect 5G with the end user, enabling autonomous use cases across industries.

How fast will 5G be?

5G will transfer data many times faster than the blink of an eye. With drastically reduced latency, mobile operators predict that from a latency response time of 15-60 milliseconds on 4G, on a 5G network, latency could drop to 1 millisecond or less.

Where does Autonomy-as-a-Service fit in?

This has resounding implications for society as a whole. With under 1 millisecond latency, there will be no lag times or delays. There will be an explosion in the fields of VR and AR. Unprecedented speeds will breathe animation into autonomous machinery, vehicles, and the world will be hyperconnected at a level never before imagined.

The fields of AR, VR and autonomous technology will explode. The incredible speed and vast improved processing power will result in a world where everyday devices are connected to the internet: the Intelligent internet of Things, and in our case, the Internet of Flying Things, are about to change the face of the planet. With 5G, the current figure of 8.4 billion connected devices will explode to 20.4 billion by 2020.

Unmanned Life will deliver Autonomy-as-a-Service, allowing industries to work together in the shared 5G future. Industries will be redefined, supply chains reshaped and the way we live and work rethought and readjusted in the new 5G future. Our Platform enables simple and cost-effective communication between the visible and the invisible, between 5G connection and the devices it empowers.

Driven by Artificial Intelligence, sitting between the end user and the 5G cloud, our platform interconnects IoT devices enabling this hyperconnected ecosystem of the future.