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5G navigates distant submarines despite being 400km away and is therefore utterly ineffective

It is a feat of skill to navigate amongst a hundred manta rays and sharks.

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5G navigates distant submarines despite being 400km away and is therefore utterly ineffective

It is a feat of skill to navigate amongst a hundred manta rays and sharks. These species are not easy to reach, making diving into 7 liters water is a risky job or sport, and was only possible for a select few.

It was a way to control the car remotely, but it is now a reality. You can now control a remote operating vehicle (ROV) from over 400 km away by simply waving your hands in front of the camera.

5G is the only connection. Orange says that this technology allows for an amazing experience thanks to super broadband. It transmits motion control commands instantly.

This project was demonstrated by the French company Ender Ocean, Huawei, the Institute of Telecommunications and Multimedia Applications of the UPV (Universitat Politecnica de Valencia), and the Institute of Telecommunications and Multimedia Applications of the UPV (Universitat Politecnica de Valencia). They highlight the 5G technology's ultra-low latency, which allows for immediate responses to gestures sent from far away.

In this example, the emission and reception information, in this instance the gestures captured in HD cameras in milliseconds, allow for instantaneous communication despite 400 km that separate the Catalan capital and the Valencian one.

The teleco explains that this use case could be used in the exploration, monitoring, dissemination, conservation, and research of the underwater ecosystem as well as the collection of samples.

Visitors to the Mobile World Congress will feel like Jacques-Yves Cousteau in the Oceanos Aquarium, Valencia's largest Oceanografic aquarium, without ever getting a drop.

5G technology has a very low latency rate, which is the delay or delay between receiving and sending information. With 5G technology, the latency rate drops to just 1 millisecond (1ms) for 4G.

This is why it is the starting signal to the level 5 autonomous vehicle. The driver doesn't need to control the vehicle if he doesn't want to.

The cameras are the eyes of the vehicle and 5G's low latency of milliseconds allows for instant decisions, "almost without blinking an ear".

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