5G on drones could fix poor network connection at events

Estonian company Hepta Airborne Group has the answer to a slow network connection at busy events: 5G-equipped drones that beam the signal down to the crowd. Using drones allows the network to scale to demand as it’s required.

Earlier this week, Hepta Airborne tested out 5G drones at a stadium in Athens, Greece, to see how network connectivity could be improved at events such as concerts, football games, and public demonstrations.

Using 5G drones allows the network to support more people just by sending up an extra drone to handle the bandwidth needed. Current solutions used by telecom companies require a 90-day period to set everything up and make sure it’s working. This test aims to see drones in the air within 90 minutes, saving time and money in the long run. READ MORE.

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