China has continued to develop its 5G infrastructure to develop emerging technology systems across the mainland, which will include virtual, augmented and mixed reality across its industrial sectors. mentioned Wednesday.
The country aims to go digital with nearly 1.85 million 5G base stations across 450 million end users, a total of 60 percent of the world’s total 5G use.
The report said companies are using 5G to power technologies based on virtual reality and augmented reality for battery production, remote surgeries, shipping, logistics and digital farms.
Contemporary Amperex Technology Co Ltd (CATL), the country’s largest manufacturer of lithium-ion batteries, has integrated 5G into its factories to monitor these batteries in real time and solve technical problems remotely.
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Huashan Hospital in Shanghai has also taken advantage of immersive technologies to work on cancer patients this year using 5G networks from Huawei Technologies.
Surgeons removed the tumor using a mixed reality (MR) headset and 5G (5G + MR) connectivity through a Shanghai-based startup, the report said, adding that the solutions allowed doctors to perform the procedure with a skin incision of just five centimeters.
The startup made the process easier with real-time 3D (RT3D) digital twins shown to a patient, and it took the hospital’s top 10 rankings at the 5G World Congress in Harbin in August.
China Increases 5G-enabled XR Use Cases
The news follows the developments of the Shanghai city government, who open In mid-July, it planned to back its mega plan by 2025, outlining details in a policy paper earlier in the month in line with its five-year plan.
The measures aim to position Shanghai as a global metaverse hub with $52 billion in funding for new semiconductors, XR headphones, artificial intelligence (AI), cloud computing, 5G, blockchain, and others.
Funding hopes to allow Shanghai to compete with other cities and regions such as DubaiThe United StateEuropean Union, Kingdom Saudi Arabiaand many others amidst the global virtual space race.
In January, China Unicom supported 2022 Winter Olympics and Beijing Paralympic Games with Huawei 5G networks, allowing the mega event to provide big data, cloud computing, computing and augmented reality (AR) statistics to attendees while watching competitions.
This news comes after Huawei’s rotating president, Ken Ho, urge global communication In a keynote speech in October last year to build more use cases for 5G technologies globally, specifically for extended reality (XR) technologies, green communications development, and business-to-business (B2B) sales.