5G changes mobility - video interview with Prof. Dr. Johannes Springer
The basis for networked mobility and logistics is continuous network availability. 5G offers more bandwidth, lower latency and positioning that is accurate to the centimetre. And the standard can convert the huge amounts of data in real time that will be needed in the future for connected cars, autonomous driving and new mobility services. Prof. Dr. Johannes Springer, head of the 5G programme for the automotive sector at Deutsche Telekom talks about 5G in a video interview:
Mobility & Logistics at Messe Frankfurt
Discover Messe Frankfurt’s international portfolio of events for the automotive, transport and logistics industries. Approx. 25,000 exhibitors and 830,000 visitors are already taking advantage of more than 40 trade fairs, conferences and other events offered by Messe Frankfurt. You will find dates, pictures and insights for these events here.
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