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Reliance Jio trials connected robotics on 5G network, see full details

New Delhi. Reliance Jio has tested connected robotics on its indigenously developed 5G Radio Access Network (RAN) and 5G Standalone (SA) core network. This news has been shared by a senior Jio executive who is responsible for the development of 5G networks, AIoT-based platforms and blockchain-based applications in the company.

Ayush Bhatnagar, Senior Vice President, Reliance Jio, wrote in a LinkedIn post that ‘This shows the true power of 5G standalone networks in realizing real life industrial use. Jio 5G Robotics has implemented a wide canvas of service that helps from heavy lifting and logistics to healthcare robotics assistants in manufacturing warehouses, ranging from remote ultrasounds to other things. According to a Jio executive, the development will pave the way for value creation in Industry 4.0.

It is worth noting that this is not the first time that a Jio executive has informed about the company’s progress in the field of 5G connectivity. Earlier this month, in another post on the platform, a Jio executive revealed that Reliance Jio was testing the use of connected drones on its home-grown 5G network.

He wrote in the post at the time that ‘this includes precise command and control of drones over 5G using a fleet management system in the cloud. These include image recognition, track-n-trace, discrete payload pickup and delivery, drone route sortie, video imagery, real-time drone control and much more.

When it comes to preparing 5G ready infrastructure in India, Reliance Jio is constantly moving ahead. At the company’s Annual General Meeting earlier this year, RIL President Mukesh Ambani had said that the company has achieved 1Gbps speed on its 5G network.

Recently, speaking at the India Mobile Congress 2021 earlier this month, Ambani emphasized the importance of 5G roll out in the country. India should do the migration from 2G to 4G to 5G soon. Confining millions of citizens to 2G at the bottom of the socio-economic pyramid has kept them away from the benefits of the digital revolution. Implementation of 5G should be the national priority of the country.

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