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Within all the technological advances of the Internet of things, 5G is a real revolution worldwide: it will change the way we work and communicate, fully affecting the real estate sector.
The speed and bandwidth will mean that more and more mobile devices can access a perfect connection and high speed. This will increase the efficiency and work performance of millions of workers.
Did you know that, until now, the vast majority of augmented and virtual reality applications had been set aside due to lack of network or lack of connection speed or high quality? The arrival of 5G is designed to unlock augmented or virtual reality. Both require a cheap and extensive network, with greater consistency and lower data to continue developing and implementing advances in technology.
Compared to 4G, different studies speak of the fact that 5G will multiply the efficiency of the network 100 times and even the capacity of traffic by another 10. As the 5G unfolds, the increase in speed and its bandwidth will facilitate the use of virtual meeting rooms, something that will reduce the requirements for office surfaces in many companies.
With a growing demand for telecommuting, it can be said that, increasingly, 5G is going to move to virtual rooms or personal conferences. That is, we make our way to meetings and remote jobs.
With the arrival of 5G, many companies will be able to monitor equipment virtually, in real time and obtaining the most efficient results: improved experience and productivity in the workplace.
Higher speed and 5G bandwidth will enhance the creation of wireless work, affecting from elevators to printers. A larger amount of analyzed data, too, may allow intelligent buildings to interact with employees and owners.
Moreover, augmented reality will provide us with more efficient means to deal with the maintenance of all types of buildings (commercial, office or residential), something that will allow technicians to face problems, but in a virtual way, reducing times of inactivity and equipment failures.
Finally, you should know that 5G will also impact the administration of cloud-based buildings, which could advance the conversion of building management. System administration teams could simplify workplaces in several countries or cities in a single center.
The Internet of things continues to progress without showing signs of stopping.
The 5G will fully affect the real estate sector, boosting telecommuting and increasing the quality of the work performed by employees. Technological advances, without a doubt, are behind a better quality of life for companies and their workers.
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