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5G in IIoT Segment Opportunities Discussed by Mind Commerce in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

06 Sep 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – If compared to LTE or 4G, 5G of wireless represents a purpose-built technology that is designed and engineered in order to facilitate automation systems as well as connected devices. 5G will act a facilitator as well as an accelerator of the next revolution in the field of industry.

There are a number of important issues to take into account when it comes to 5G planning for industrial IoT (aka IIoT). One of them is that allocation of required spectrum will predetermine success given the fact that the performance of the system will be dictated by the allocation. Besides, specific SLA allocations for IIoT-related 5G will be required.

Some of largest players in the global space comprise: General Electric, Qualcomm, AT&T and Echelon Corporation, to name a few.

In-demand research report “Industrial IoT and 5G: Emerging Technologies, Solutions, Market Outlook and Forecasts” drawn up by Mind Commerce Publishing LLC offers an up-close look at opportunities 5G has in the IIoT segment. The study starts with a detailed overview of 5G and industrial IoT.

It covers all possible application scenarios, such as a maritime use case, the oil and gas sector, mobile cloud robotics, smart buildings, to name a few. The report proceeds with detailed market forecasts for the period 2020-2025.

The research study covers a market value, segments, device deployments, etc. It also contains regional forecasts and forecasts for major countries. The research report throws light on IIoT 5G platforms, looks at solutions and initiatives in this field. Strategic recommendations are on hand in the study too.

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