The Centre for Development of Telematics (C-DOT) has signed MoUs (Memorandum of Understanding) with three premier academic institutions in the UK – University of Surrey, Kings College and University of Bristol for 5G.
As part of the government’s Testbeds and Trials Programme, the University of Surrey’s 5G Innovation Centre has been leading on the development of powerful, fast and stable 5G radio technology and mobile networks.
King’s College London has pioneered technologies to enable ultra-low latency 5G tactile internet developments to underpin the emerging Internet of Skills, which will change how people learn, train and share knowledge and experience. The promise of unprecedented speeds, and ultra-low latency, will deliver the power of touch, or real-time haptic feedback, across the mobile internet.
The University of Bristol has been working on smart city and smart campus 5G deployment in the city of Bristol, targeting real-life demonstrations of 5G services in urban environments.
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