At the Consumer Electronic Show,CES, 2016 which opens in Las Vegas, the United States of America tomorrow, Ericsson has assured that it would demonstrate how the Networked Society is turning great ideas into global realities.
The Networked Society represents a fundamental paradigm shift for people, business and society. In this shift, resources are continuously discovered, new forms of value are unleashed, and life and business are transformed.
From autonomous driving to remote-operator excavators, Ericsson will also demonstrate how the Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the world for people, business and society
As industry after industry transforms based on the fundamentals of mobility, broadband and cloud, there will be an emphasis on the centrality of networks – horizontal, programmable network platforms that connect the clouds of all the industries, forming a bridge between a myriad of devices and an endless ocean of applications.
While visitors to the show will experience the network of the future at the Ericsson booth , Ericsson executives and speakers will join panels throughout CES, including AT&T Developer Summit: Smart Cities Keynote, among others.
Located in the Central Hall 10433, Ericsson’s exhibition stand will deliver an end-user perspective on the Networked Society, where connectivity is the starting point for new ways of innovating, collaborating and socializing.
Ericsson will explore life in tomorrow’s connected world with featured demonstrations across six different areas in the booth, including, Immersive Experiences, Autonomous Driving, Understanding 5G, Monetizing IoT, Enabling Everything, Trending Now, among others.
Featured demonstrations will also include:
This live demonstration shows the capabilities of next-generation 5G networks in mission critical M2M situations. The demonstration allows visitors to get hands-on experience of controlling an excavator located in Plano, Texas remotely from the show floor. Visitors will wear a virtual reality headset and sit at the controls of the excavator to operate it in real time.
Experience the full-scale of the driver-less car ecosystem where 5G creates new opportunities for personal travel and cargo transport. Ericsson’s offering ranges from traffic control centers to enabling full-scale connectivity, so that every transport hub, every vehicle and every journey is connected.
See how Ericsson’s Technology For Good benefits the Networked Society by helping to protect the environment and drinking water.
The demo will showcase Ericsson’s active involvement with the development of water quality sensors that utilize the mobile network to securely send data. This data is then used to efficiently monitor and protect vital watersheds, streams, and rivers.
The demo will also showcase how LTE power saving mode will enable deployment of IoT sensors in the field with minimal power requirements..
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