Smart Connected Airports: Brussels Airport Innovates with Private 5G Network
The next-generation of wireless network that will succeed 4G is set to improve connectivity between people and things. In 2020, larger deployments of 5G networks will take place across all industries, including the aviation industry. 5G connectivity means lower latency, larger bandwidths, and radios closer to the edge via smaller cells. Industries are expected to use technology to reach a new level of efficiency and productivity. All in all, intelligent connectivity is going to become the heart of new ecosystems and growth.
By 2021, it is expected that 50 million people worldwide could be using 5G. This figure could be rising to 1.2 billion people by 2025. Reliable, low-latency, up to 1GB mobile broadband speeds are going to be globally available as part of the everyday life.