5G private/public networks for smart cities

A smart city is a municipality that uses technology to improve the quality of life of its citizens. Smart cities aim to make urban areas more efficient, sustainable, and livable. They use a variety of sensors and data-collection technologies to manage resources such as energy, water, and transportation. They also use information and communication technologies (ICT) to improve citizen engagement, service delivery, and government operations.

5G, in combination with other technologies such as IoT and artificial intelligence, are important technologies for smart city development. 5G can help with smart city development by providing faster data speeds and more bandwidth, making it possible to transmit large amounts of data generated by smart city sensors and devices quickly and efficiently. IoT is necessary for collecting and managing data from sensors and devices throughout the city. And artificial intelligence is necessary for analyzing and making decisions based on that data. In addition, 5G is low-latency, meaning that response times are very fast, which is important for real-time interactions between people and devices. For example, 5G-enabled augmented reality (AR) can provide real-time information about traffic congestion, weather conditions, and public transportation schedules. This can help city residents make better decisions about how to get around town.

In this report, we cover the significance of 5G on smart cities, including related use cases, challenges, key considerations, 5G drivers, benefits, and ecosystem players. 

Report Information

  • Format: PDF File
  • Pages: 45 pages
  • Author: Hema Kadia
  • Last Updated: Sep 2022

Table of Contents

  • Background
    • What are the business drivers for smart cities?
    • What are the challenges and key considerations for smart cities? 
    • What is the significance of 5G for smart cities?
    • Who are the ecosystem players for smart cities?
  • Smart City Use Cases leveraging 5G network 
    • Corresponding to each use case
      • Use case description
      • Technologies enabling use case
      • Benefits and challenges
      • Ecosystem players
  • Insights
    • Global and regional insights on 5G and smart city use cases 

Geographics covered

Americas, Europe, Asia, Oceania, Middle-East, and Africa

Target Audience

Smart City Officials | Operators/Communication Service Providers | Technology Vendors | System Integrators

Enterprise License Price

4000 USD
5G private/public networks for smart cities

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