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5G drives open innovation to improve everyday life

In an increasingly complex world, companies must be able to mobilise all available talent to face the challenges of the future. Open innovation is a powerful tool that allows companies to go beyond their limits. Using open innovation, the 5Gcat project aims to keep establishing our country as a benchmark in the roll-out of this technology.

5G, the best partner for the digital transformation of society

In an era of whirlwind change like ours, we need to have the best partner to adapt to the new environment and embrace the knowledge and new forms of relationships that will shape the future. Connection and connectivity will be of key importance to stay ahead and harness all the opportunities that are yet to come.

5G, an ally in the fight to stop climate change

5G is appearing as an ally in the fight against climatic change. The great telecommunications revolution offers a series of tools (low latency, multiple users, ultra high-definition imagery, etc.) that can help public and private managers to make decisions and to act in the face of possible events caused by climate change.

5G, an ally of energy efficiency

Energy is now a very prominent part of any household budget. Over time we have become familiar with a series of concepts to help us understand our electricity bills. We have learned about off-peak hours and peak hours so that we can decide when to use the washing machine or the dishwasher, and when not to. Energy saving has become a priority and so has efficiency. 

The mobility of the future will be 5G

The mobility of the future is strongly linked to sustainability and environmental conservation. In this context the advantages offered by 5G communications are crucial. A vehicle that is permanently connected to its surroundings (road, traffic lights, other vehicles, etc.) means safer and more efficient mobility. It is an increasingly near future that will be possible thanks, among other things, to the low latency guaranteed by 5G, all but doing away with response time lag in the event of, say, a possible collision.

The disruption that heralds a new industrial era

Copernicus, Leonardo da Vinci, Newton and Einstein were great visionaries who broadened our view of the universe and hence expanded our knowledge of reality and of ourselves. They did so by breaking established moulds and changing the scientific paradigm of their time. On a different scale, 5G ushers in a new era for industry, an activity that is vital to the world we live in.

5GCat demonstrates its commitment to open innovation and public-private collaboration

5G technology is a gateway to new services hitherto unheard of and, at the same time, an ally of more modern and efficient local administration. This is how the 5GCat project was presented at the latest edition of the Mobile World Congress (MWC), marked by security measures to counter the pandemic and by the great expectations of economic revival that the new connectivity offers all sectors.

Latency: why response time is so important

Life is about decisions. Sometimes we have enough time to take them. Other times, we have to choose immediately between various options. Any delay can be detrimental and change the course of events. The most important thing when taking decisions is to have as much information as possible and a clear hierarchy of values.

5G, a fruitful revolution

Technology is a great help and it will be a lever for the recovery from the present difficulties. First, 5G, a very fruitful revolution that will give a definite boost to the digital transformation of society, will bring us new services and will drive a leap forward in the automation of industry and logistics.

5G: experience the world through a new dimension

See reality with fresh eyes. Break down geographical barriers. Feel that you’re in another place and practically touch it. Get a little closer to the gift of ubiquity. Experience situations as you never have before. All this and much more is what 5G is going to bring us, a technological revolution that will give us a different view of the world.

5G, a springboard to transform cities

What actually is a city? Why do we live together in such confined spaces? How will we interact in future? How will megacities deal with the challenges of public health, climate change and mobility? What will be the role of small and medium-sized cities? All these unknowns are up for discussion today and herald a paradigm shift in which technology will play a decisive role.