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Title: The Evolution of 5G Communications within the Scope of the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Authors: Marques da Silva, Mário
Orrillo Ascama, Héctor
Keywords: 4th Industrial Revolution
Internet of Things
5G
Automation
Issue Date: 10-May-2022
Publisher: Politeia
Abstract: The Fourth Industrial Revolution is a consequence of the latest digital transformation and consists of the replacement of human beings by robots. It is associated with the massive use of robots, artificial intelligence, big data, the Internet of Things (IoT), quantum computing or or 3D printing. Digital transformation and environmental transformation are transformation, since the former allows for a more efficient use of resources, which tends to of resources, which tends to reduce the carbono footprint, and enables the generation of renewable generation. The Fifth Generation of Cellular Communications (5G) is disruptive, as it consists of a paradigm shift a paradigm shift from previous generations. 5G Communications make a strong contribution to the implementation of the Fourth Industrial Industrial Revolution in a wide range of areas, such as autonomous vehicles, smart cities, smart smart cities, smart industries and agriculture, remote surgery, etc. While 5G communications aim to implement some of the requirements of the Fourth Industrial Industrial Revolution, the Sixth Generation of Cellular Communications (6G), scheduled for 2030, aims to complement this implementation in a more profound way.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11144/6926
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