Tech Thursday- Road to the future
Ever thought of building Rome in a day? It is actually possible once wireless communication lays its foundation globally. Around the world, many companies are already looking forward to the implementation of a 5g network in their system. For example, Profound car companies are looking to build self-driving cars with the aid of 5g networking. “Drivers” -- note the air quotes -- will enter their destination and the car will immediately kick into gear, making real-time use of the whole location system. It operates a bit like Waze in that it responds to accidents and overall traffic patterns, but now when it chooses a circuitous web of ridiculous left turns and detours, it’s not your problem. You’re sitting in the back seat FaceTiming with your children while the car faces the nightmare ahead.
You might be scared while traveling alone at night time in a far-flung area, but soon with the practical implementation of 5g networking, safety and security will no longer be a concern. If a person tries to threaten or harass you, the highest band speed mobile and police cars will arrive in Nanoseconds to amend the situation. Not long from now, the generalized body of United Nations organizations will receive a report on ways to implement the wonders of 5g networking on a global scale.