Digital Locations, which develops cell tower sites for 5G, announced that it would gain from the expansion of 5G small cell sites, which are driven by AR and VR applications.
“Augmented reality and virtual reality have suddenly become more relevant in a world where people can’t meet in person as easily. Devices such as Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 are prime examples of applications that will drive the growth of 5G services.” – Bill Beifuss, President of Digital Locations.
Holograms have the potential to improve the design, training, and visualization in production facilities and business settings. Being able to zoom in and out, view 3D versions etc. gives the user a whole new experience.
These make an exciting future for AR applications, which are achievable with high speed and low latency data transmission. 5G wireless tech will provide that, and 5G small cell networks are crucial parts of the high speed, low latency resolution.