Semantic networking
with 5G
Expert knowledge on your glasses

Semantic networks are giant knowledge databases. What is special about them is that they contain terms as well as the relationship of the terms to each other. It initially sounds abstract but has enormous practical advantages. If the terms stand for specific objects, devices, or machines, they are a whole, and its parts are related to each other. The easiest example is a complex system and its spare parts or components.

The practical benefit is that service technicians can work with it anywhere when doing repairs or maintenance. One scenario is the replacement of parts with the help of VR glasses. With 5G, the technician sees all components in his/her field of vision in real time. The required information, such as installation or removal instructions, is projected onto the glasses as needed.

In this scenario, small cells are useful again for exchanging data with the data center. If they are installed in close proximity to the work site, they yield ultra-short latency in conjunction with a minimum use of power. This allows the service technician to work more efficiently in real time without any delays caused by having to search for things and ensures high customer satisfaction with the service provider due to short maintenance times and therefore lower costs.

 

 

 

Use Cases – 5G in real life

5G – implementing the world of tomorrow together

We can expect groundbreaking improvements in all areas of our lives. Besides software and network infrastructure, such changes naturally also require new hardware solutions and construction-related activities. We at Sunrise have already responded to that.

 

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