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Keynote: A Roadmap for 5G Implementation in the Industrial Market

NOV
11
2020
11. NOV 2020

Keynote electronica Conferences > Wireless Congress > Opening Session Day 2

11:05-11:30 h | Virtual

In 2020, even as the global rollout of 5G begins, network infrastructure in industrial and factory settings is predominantly wired. Industrial Ethernet offers the benefits of speed and reliable connectivity but is limited in terms of physical flexibility and bandwidth. The ability of the modern factory to advance technologically is also limited for as long as wired networking remains the norm. Wireless networks become intrinsically necessary for the smart factory to continue getting smarter. Still, the transition from wired to wireless networking in factories is a complex upgrade. Each industrial customer has a unique set of circumstances – ranging from cultural dynamics to financial position to appetite for innovation – that impacts the organization’s ability to make the significant upgrade to wireless. The technology at the heart of this shift is the radio. This session will explore how advancements in radio technology are currently driving 5G cellular infrastructure and will ultimately enable the transition to wireless in the industrial setting.

Subjects: Wireless

Speaker: Joseph Barry (Analog Devices)

Type: Keynote

Speech: English

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In 2020, even as the global rollout of 5G begins, network infrastructure in industrial and factory settings is predominantly wired. Industrial Ethernet offers the benefits of speed and reliable connectivity but is limited in terms of physical flexibility and bandwidth. The ability of the modern factory to advance technologically is also limited for as long as wired networking remains the norm. Wireless networks become intrinsically necessary for the smart factory to continue getting smarter. Still, the transition from wired to wireless networking in factories is a complex upgrade. Each industrial customer has a unique set of circumstances – ranging from cultural dynamics to financial position to appetite for innovation – that impacts the organization’s ability to make the significant upgrade to wireless. The technology at the heart of this shift is the radio. This session will explore how advancements in radio technology are currently driving 5G cellular infrastructure and will ultimately enable the transition to wireless in the industrial setting.

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Analog Devices

Joseph Barry

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Speaker,
Analog Devices

Joseph Barry
Joseph Barry

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