5G Impact:
Stories
of
Innovation

A new age of life saving capabilities

In 2019, the 5G First Responder Lab worked with 15 leading technologies to test and refine 5G’s impact on their solutions. The companies brought cutting edge technology in to the 5G Lab, and left with remarkable life saving results. Increased bandwidth and lower latency enabled faster, smarter response to some of public safety’s most critical capability gaps.

High Bandwidth

Asylon

5G for Autonomous Threat Identification

High bandwidth from 5G increases the quality of Asylon's autonomous drone video streams, allowing system operators to gather actionable intelligence faster for improved threat detection & identification.

87%

Increased video quality

Key activities

  • Enhances video streaming quality 
  • Improved video download time
  • Increased video analytics capabilities

Key benefits

  • More video streams
  • Greater drone density
  • Faster critical information sharing
  • Improved decision-making in the field
Low Latency

Pixo VR

5G for 5G for Simultaneous Multi-User VR Training Multi-User VR Training

Low latency from 5G allows PIXO to simultaneously train multiple people in a Virtual Environment from anywhere in the world; empowering complex life-saving operations.

16%

Train remotely on 5G

Key activities

  • Faster edge compute reduces lag
  • High bandwidth allows multi-user
  • Low latency more realistic simulation

Key benefits

  • Remote expert training
  • Simultaneous multi-user experience
  • Replace high-cost training
  • Enable high-risk training scenarios
High Bandwidth

NSENA

5G for Life-like Training for Life-Saving Operations

Low latency and high bandwith from 5G gives Nsena a VR experience that makes mission critical training operations as close to the real thing as possible. When seconds count in response situations, being able to train in a realistic environment may improve performance when it matters most.

70%

Video frame per sec

Key activities

  • Faster edge compute reduces lag
  • Clearer, cleaner VR experience
  • Improved data transfer speed
  • Untethered VR training

Key benefits

  • Life-like simulation
  • Increased training complexity
  • Improved ease of use
  • Reduced negative VR side effects
IoT

Waycare

5G to Enable Smarter Emergency Response

5G capabilities help Waycare enable more accurate real-time traffic and emergency vehicle routing, warnings, & precision predictions with little to no human interaction.

100%

Connected vehicle data

Key activities

  • Resolved data congestion
  • Low latency data transfer
  • High speed data compute

Key benefits

  • Near real time analysis of multiple data streams
  • Better informed AI detection
  • Faster response times
  • Critical in-field information sharing
IoT

Two Six Labs

Using 5G for Density of Connected Devices & Low Latency

Sigma by Two Six Labs uses 5G to connect a high density of IoT sensors and low latency will more accurately detect and identify radiological and other WMD threats with pinpoint accuracy.

40%

Threat search area

Key activities

  • Data input from multiple sources
  • Faster roundtrip data delivery
  • Additional data and video feeds
  • Edge compute for IoT sensors

Key benefits

  • Faster analysis of multiple data streams
  • Faster alerts and notifications
  • Real-time threat location and tracking

Featuring Demonstrations from:

Venue

Verizon Innovation Center
201 Spear Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
January 29th
3:00PM–6:00PM

-62Days -8Hours -33Minutes -13Seconds

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The Cohort 3 Experience Day is free to attend for all First Responders.

Select industry leaders are also welcome to attend, however prior approval required.

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Be an active or retired first responder or Other Government OfficialPublic Safety Industry Professional (may require approval)
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