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Following the posting of our new Connectivity Options for IoT Developers eBook, we want to focus in on the connectivity options touched on in the eBook. There we identified various connectivity technology for IoT applications including long-range cellular technology from 5G, LTE, LMT-M, NB IoT and even 3G; to shorter range technologies like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, Z-Wave and Thread.
With advances towards semi and fully-autonomous machines such as robots, drones, and passenger vehicles, the need for precise and reliable path finding and obstacle avoidance has become a huge focus for developers.
Engineered to support a wide variety of needs and data services in a single network, 5G is a unified connectivity fabric that offers you the potential to expand your applications to new users in new ways. Developers of apps in areas like immersive entertainment, energy use, sustainable cities, logistics, agriculture, public safety and healthcare stand to benefit from 5G and its breakthroughs in spectrum use.
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Curious about how 5G is designed to provide more data, more control, and more security for Industrial IoT (IIoT) deployments that are creating the “factories of the future”?
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