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IMC 2023: Telecom Secretary experiences innovative 5G use cases at Ericsson booth

Telecom Secretary Neeraj Mittal visited the Ericsson booth at IMC 2023 on Day 3 to experience the Advanced Intelligent Transport Safety and Connected Miners use cases.

Ericsson showcased two innovative use cases at the India Mobile Congress (IMC) 2023, demonstrating the potential of 5G and AI to improve road safety and enhance the safety and productivity of mine workers.

The first use case, Advanced Intelligent Transport Safety, addresses safety concerns for truck drivers by harnessing digital twins and AI technology.

Ericsson’s in-house solution, the Gemini System uses 5G-connected cameras and AI algorithms to track vulnerable road users (VRUs) in real-time.

The VRUs are mirrored in a city’s Digital Twin, providing valuable insights, and improving road safety through 5G and AI-powered support for drivers and pedestrians.

The second use case, Connected Miners, integrates real-time location, communication, fall detection, and more through Guardhat technology. It enhances the safety and productivity of mine workers by enabling location tracking, real-time communication, and behavior-changing data analytics.

These two use cases demonstrate the potential of 5G and AI to revolutionize a wide range of industries, making them safer, more efficient, and more productive.

CT Bureau

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