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ZTE and Orange show the advantages of 5G in advanced automotive, robotics and entertainment applications
Orange, the second biggest mobile network operator in Spain and one of the leading telecoms worldwide, and ZTE, telecommunication equipment vendor and supplier, are showing a number of applications for the new 5G technology at the Global 5G event and the European conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC) held on 20/05/2019.
1) Connected vehicle
The first test, #ConnectedVehicleCampus5G, shows a remote-driving application based on 5G modern technology. In it, ZTE worked together with Orange and also the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV).
In the test, a number of high-definition cameras are set up in a vehicle to get numerous HD images of the auto's environments and send them over the Orange 5G network to the remote driver in real time. The 5G network offers the ultra-low latency needed for the driver to efficiently control the vehicle whatever the obstacle he encounters.
2) Robot control
In the second test, # 5GRobotControl, ZTE and Orange demo one of the applications of 5G in the Industry 4.0: which is the industrial robotics, likewise established along with the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV). The integration of 5G wireless communication technology provides the required low latency to effectively control the robotic arms in real-time.
In this test, ZTE and Valencia Polytechnic university make use of a high-resolution cam that catches the motions of the human arm that controls the robot, these movements are recognized, and transformed into real commands that are immediately sent to the robot over the Orange 5G network. Those movements are reproduced in real time by the robot without and latency thanks to 5G Network.
3) 3D Hologram
The 3rd project is an innovative experience made by both ZTE and Orange: # 3DHolograms. Site visitors will certainly be impressed at the hologram call with transmission of both voice and images in real time.
In this test, # 5GNews, Orange, ZTE as well as RTVE, together with UPV, broadcast a real-time show program using a High Definition camera connected to 5G. The web content is sent over the Internet from the Valencia conference Centre to RTVE's local news outlets in Toledo as well as Valencia.
Ultimately, #ExperienceLasFallas 5G utilizes 5G to enhance both virtual and augmented reality. In the Orange stand, site visitors can enjoy a live video clip recorded with a 4K 360-degree cam outside the Valencia conference Centre, using to Orange's 5G pilot network.
Furthermore, there will be a genuine 360-degree immersive experience of the Fallas, where visitors can feel to be part of one of the most preferred celebrations in Spain.
Through all those experiences briefly described right here, ZTE and Orange, EuCNC 2019 sponsors, will be the stars of the event, revealing ingenious projects that help Valencia take centre stage in the global 5G scenario.Write comment (0 Comments)