Overall, 5G networks have the characteristics of large bandwidth, low latency, high reliability, wide coverage, and excellent stability, combined with artificial intelligence, mobile edge computing, end-to-end network slicing, drones, Internet of Things, cloud computing. Such technologies have broad application prospects in VR/AR, ultra-high-definition video, vehicle networking, intelligent manufacturing, power, smart cities and other fields. Based on this, all countries in the world hope to promote the application of 5G in smart factories and smart parks through technology research and development and personnel training.
At present, the research and development of 5G technology in various countries is still in the initial stage. Although countries are looking forward to the application prospects in various fields such as 5G mobile communication and intelligent manufacturing, the problems of lack of industry standards and unsound laws and regulations in front of countries are still worthy of attention. . Fully tapping the technical value of 5G, and focusing on the use of cutting-edge technologies such as cloud computing, big data, blockchain, etc., can help to make up for the shortcomings of using a single technology, and promote the full release of the multi-value of cutting-edge technology.
For example, in the intelligent manufacturing process, high-frequency and multi-antenna technology can support precise positioning and high-bandwidth communication in the factory. Low-latency, high-transmission efficiency 5G technology can be used between industrial robots and industrial robots and machines in smart factories. The interaction and coordination between the devices provides strong technical support, and the industrial product producers can control the industrial production process more efficiently and in a timely manner, and truly improve the production efficiency of the product.
It is still difficult to determine when the smart factory will actually land in major cities in China. However, the “seamless” convergence of 5G and vertical industries will inevitably bring about tremendous changes in the experience of individual users and industry customers. In the face of new consumer demand, manufacturing companies need to constantly adjust their own pace so that they can go further in the journey of intelligent change.