Industry News

Ways 5G is Combatting the Coronavirus

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) has nearly had an impact on every industry as businesses and organizations are either having to momentarily shut down, rethink overall strategy, or move operations entirely remotely. The fact of the matter is everyone’s having to make some sort of adjustment one way or another, including the medical field. As there are nearly 570,000 cases worldwide and still surging, there is an immense pressure on health professionals to deliver first-rate medical care and ultimately save lives. Though it is always their intention to provide the best service possible, just like in anything else, there are always obstacles… read more

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Smart Forest Cities: A Step Towards Reversing Climate Change

Forest smart cities are a concept that is being developed by Stefano Boeri Architetti (SBA), an urban architecture company based out of Milan, Italy. His plans combine sustainable energy, biodiversity, and smart city technology. Cities, which largely contribute towards climate change, can now play an essential role towards the journey of a climate-change-reversing solution by integrating urban-city infrastructure with forest vegetation. Temperatures continue to escalate by the day, causing high-temperature problems like the bushfires in Australia. This tragedy killed 34 people, 480 million animals, and destroyed nearly 3,000 homes. The fires are known to be a result of hot and dry conditions, which are… read more

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Cities going digital in response to COVID-19

  As we all know, our regular day-to-day has changed as COVID-19 continues to escalate on a global scale. Governments, local authorities, and business are currently working on digitalizing as many aspects of their operations as possible to ensure the public is limited to outside exposure. The World Health Organization (WHO) also emphasizes that COVID-19 brings up the very problematic issue of misinformation from untrusted sources. As a result from this so called “infodemic” comes confusion and unnecessary added panic from the general public. The issue is currently being addressed by all levels of authorities to make certain that only… read more

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First Ever Fully 5G-Enabled VA Hospital Has Launched

  California’s own Palo Alto Health Care System recently just opened the first fully 5G-enabled hospital for Veteran Affairs (VA). With the launch of this hospital, veterans will now have access to the most recent cutting edge technology and be able to receive the most quality and up-to-date treatment as possible. Some ways that 5G is implemented in this hospital enhanced pre-surgical planning, three-dimensional CT/MRI scans, improved diagnosis, autonomous vehicles, and extending service to areas with low-access to quality health care. The possibilities are truly endless. Dr. Thomas Osborne, the head Director of the VA National Center for Collaborative Healthcare… read more

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5G and It’s Effects on Remote Working

  Did you know that between 2005 to 2017 the amount of remote workers in the U.S jumped from 3.9 million to 4.7 million? Which is exactly a 159% increase. As wireless broadband and technology continue to rapidly innovate, we are only expected to see this number rise. Click below to read more how 5G networks will transform remote working. Click Here For Article… read more

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Smart Cities and the Future of Mobility

  Officials in Columbus, Ohio link unemployment, poverty, infant mortality, and the opioid crisis all to one thing, mobility. There are several applications currently taking place to tackle city mobility issues including self-driving vehicles, car-less cities, and automated taxi drones. Though these steps being taken are still in the beta phase, they are currently setting the course of what the foundation of transportation will be for the future. Additionally developers released a free public virtual reality (VR) experience that allows modern day individuals to look into an what autonomous car ride would like in 2049 according to research from leaders… read more

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