Positive disruption will occur as tech advances and 5G is finally allowed to revolutionize the technological landscape. 5G will be the faster and efficient upgrade from 4G, and it’s expected to handle more than 8.4 billion IoT connected devices.
- Gaming: An industry which sets to benefit off the emerging 5G technology is AR and VR. 5G will allow fast connection which means the storage and downloading of games/data will be a lot swifter. 5G will also change how we experience AR, with more in-depth gamer environments with reduced lagging.
- Manufacturing: As Industrial IoT expands, 5G will help manufacturing and warehouses capabilities in their roles. Even though these systems and functions are already working with automation, sometimes there are restrictions and limitations in transferring data in real time. 5G is predicted to be transformative within the supply chain.
- Automatic cars: Autonomous driving will also play a part in the growing field of self-driving cars. As smart cities excel in adopting IoT across infrastructures, processing data and communication between the vehicle and other IoT devices will benefit from a fast connection.
- AR: Augmented reality is becoming mainstream, as more AR apps are being developed, including those that center around gaming, content production and distribution. 5G will deliver a smooth experience, enabling social sharing and much more.