Aerodyne, DNB to integrate 5G tech in drones for diverse applications

To speed up the process of drone technology innovation, Aerodyne Technology Sdn Bhd along with Digital Nasional Bhd (DNB) have reportedly signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which explores the expansion of 5G and leverages both the parties’ individual fortes in technology.

Apparently, the MoU will precisely focus on data and drone technologies along with analytics capabilities. This offers an opportunity to co-develop and assess innovative 5G use cases, aiming to figure out strategic market requirements for these.

As per credible sources, the latest technology of mobile networks will arrive with the advanced and ultra-fast 5G speeds. It will simultaneously enable technological and application feature, like AI powered swarm intelligence systems, which is a host of drones working together to gather various data points at a time.

The incorporation of 5G technology has accelerated amongst various industries, ranging from construction to agriculture, to improvise the workflow. Likewise, drones have proven to be an asset in various sectors, and the initiation of 5G will only accelerate their use.

As per reports, the 5G-enabled drones will transfer the data more reliably and rapidly than ever before, allowing them to handle more complex tasks. These drones will massively improvise cost efficiencies making business operations more efficient and safer.

For the uninitiated, the advent of 5G will make the drone technology more universal, allowing it to cater to a wide range of purposes.

Drones are presently being used in industries like energy, agriculture, logistics, construction, mining, and various other industrial sectors.

Kamarul A. Muhamed, Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Aerodyne, commented that 5G technology will act as a game-changer in the world of connected drones, unleashing virtually unlimited range of industrial uses, adding to digitalization of the industries across Malaysia.

Source Credit:- https://techwireasia.com/2022/02/dnb-and-aerodyne-to-drive-drone-technology-innovation/