5G to solve waste problems

5G to solve waste problems

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| 06/09/2020

5G to solve waste problems

The main purpose of 5G in the near future is the development of the Internet of things, the use of unmanned vehicles, the introduction of smart city technology.

While residential mobile devices cope with the load within existing networks, specialists are designing a new generation network to provide more opportunities for industrial
tasks. It is intended for the formation and transfer of databases, the collection of information and the development of industrial Internet technologies.

In Tatarstan, the 5G network pilot zone was launched in May 2018. The project is being implemented in the city of Innopolis and allows residents to test their designs on fifth-generation networks. Testing
This network was also held during the 2018 World Cup in Kazan.

5G technology will also be relevant for Etton products.

AIS “Electronic Ecology”, which is a software and hardware platform for monitoring waste storage sites and managing waste logistics (including solid municipal
waste), works on existing 2G, 3G and 4G networks. However, the transition to 5G will open up new features that will meet the challenges of the time.

Among the existing basic scenarios for using a 5G mobile network, massive Machine Type Communication is a priority. This technology allows
Connect more devices with less power. Sensors, sensors will be energy efficient: they will last longer, will be smaller.

Using the fifth generation network will allow transferring approximately 10 times more data with minimal delays, improving the quality of data processing, as well as accelerating system adoption
decisions. The stable minimum download speed when testing a 5G network was 100 Mbps. 4G networks on average show less than 10 Mbps, although the final value depends on the set

The Electronic Ecology system is designed to build garbage truck routes based on the degree of fullness of containers at sites. Routing a car is implemented, in accordance with
traffic situation: traffic jams, traffic jams, repair work, road blocking. If repair work is a predictable phenomenon, then other situations require instant data transmission from the terrain. Behind
the time taken to transmit data on existing networks, in conjunction with the distance to the container site that the vehicle needs to overcome, the traffic situation may
change dramatically. Thus, an increase in the number of cars and an increase in traffic in large cities determine the urgency of introducing 5G networks in the future use of the system.

The device-to-device technology, implemented in 5G, will allow service personnel to instantly read information from the container sensor using a smartphone. Employees
can receive data on the fullness of the container, the weight of the container at a particular point in time or its technical characteristics.

The advantage of this technology is that data is exchanged without network load, as the transmission is carried out in the unlicensed part of the spectrum. Devices (sensor and smartphone) exchange
data directly, only signal traffic passes through the 5G core.

According to Efim Klimov, CEO of Etton Group of Companies: “Fifth-generation networks will not only achieve high data transfer speeds, but also make it possible to deploy existing
services at a new quality level. 2024 is not far off when 5G networks should be deployed in our country as part of the national project “Digital Economy”. We set the task to create
a product that will meet the requirements of the time. ”

The potential for introducing a new generation of networks to create a super-fast IT product for regional operators and local authorities is great. But you need to start with the fact that all devices in
including sensors used to monitor the movement of garbage trucks, sensors must support 5G technology. And, of course, it’s worth waiting for the allocation of frequencies for the implementation of the fifth generation network.


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