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5G For Facilities Management


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Following on from our previous blog posts that discussed what is 5G,5G for Construction, and 5G for Renewable Energy, in this new blog we are going to be covering 5G for Facility Management. We are going to answer the following question: what are the advantages of 5G for the Facilities Management Industry? Keep reading and find out how 5G for Facilities Management can help you to #ONEUPYOURBUSINESS.


5G subscriptions are predicted to reach 2.8 billion globally by the end of 2025. This means it is important to look at how 5G can benefit the Facilities Management Industry and how it can help to improve your business. Here are several advantages 5G can provide:

  • Improved connectivity: 5G allows for improvement of remote collaboration and connectivity due it being more dependable, faster, low latency which in turn reduces the risk of connectivity issues. The improved connectivity will be able to help multiple industries for instance you can send drones to infrastructures examining the location and carrying out inspections from a distance or be on a conference call in a 3D space with the ability to exchange ideas through interactive whiteboards
  • More cost-effective: a study of enhanced broadband showed that 5G is ten times lower cost per gigabyte compared to 4G networks making 5G more cost-effective and allowing 5G to handle growing data traffic
  • Enhanced speed: with 5G promising device speeds around 100 times faster than the 4G Network, fifth generation 5G can download or transfer a large file in seconds and create ease of access
  • Improved connectivity: 5G allows businesses and people to communicate, and share information easily, instantaneously, and effectively without being in same location and in a friendly cost-effective way
  • Increased reliability: not only will 5G provide improved connectivity but also reliability. You will be able to rely on 5G and its quickness to reduce the amount of time it takes for wireless networks to respond to one another. This enables devices to quickly collect data and be responsive
  • Innovation and predictive maintenance: 5G is creating a new wave of innovation such as IoT (Internet of Things), AI (Artificial Intelligence) and AR (Augmented Reality) that is helping change the world. Virtual reality and augmented reality applications that require high bandwidth and low latency will be able to operate effectively with 5G. For example, you will be able to rely on predictive maintenance to track equipment performance and predict any malfunctions or breakdowns that may occur

To read more about 5G for Facilities Management in the West Midlands, please visit the WM5G’s website.

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