See how carriers and mobile operators demonstrate the latest advancements in 5G’s speed, reliability and efficiency that will drive innovation and enable industries like entertainment, sprotz, digital health ,smart cities and education.
The power of 5G has begun making its way into worldwide use cases, and started to redefining our world.
5G becomes more widely available, the high-speed, low-latency benefits of this new generation connectivity will continue to help accelerate the digital revolution.
“It’s much more than just another technology innovation It’s an innovation platform that makes other innovations possible. It makes things better.” - Hans Vestberg (Verizon Chairman and CEO)
See how 5G innovation has redefining possibilities,
The power of 5G has allowed the NFL to introduce more immersive ways for fans to watch and engage with the game, directly from the stadium or from home.
Augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR) in the new 5G Super Stadium in the NFL app provides up to seven different camera angles for fans to choose from, and viewers can also project virtual players with real time stats. Low-latency capabilities of 5G can also enable real-time analytics for the teams, giving them the ability to learn immediately from their most recent play.
“5G can change how coaches, athletes and fans experience the sports they love and become even closer to the game.” - NFL legend Deion Sanders
“Through the power of 5G, we can bridge the digital divide for students and learners of all ages, helping everyone experience art and culture in a completely new way.” - Vestberg
The Smithsonian - inspiring students with new educational materials will become increasingly important as homeschooling continues to evolve in a post-COVID world. Smithsonian’s Open Access collections and created a new set of virtual museum exhibitions that can inspire and educate our students during these difficult times.
Museum showcases collections of 3D artifacts for people anywhere to get close to the art, move around it, and learn the history behind each piece.
Historical artifacts housed in museums across the world can now be made available to students worldwide through AR/VR powered by high-bandwidth 5G.
Four 3D spaces at the MET enabled by Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband called the MET Unframed, offering immersive access to digital galleries and augmented reality versions of iconic Met masterpieces
As cities become smarter and more connected, 5G capabilities can fuel new innovations that make life more efficient and convenient. Skyward’s aviation development center leverages Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband to manage their drones safely and integrate & deployment into national airspace. With the ultra-low latency, security, and capacity of 5G, the Skyward team can coordinate fleets of drones remotely, deliver packages and more.
With drone flights connected to the Verizon network, and finally have real-time digital access to the physical world at scale. Today, drones are another "tool in the truck"; and plan to be able to deploy hundreds or thousands of drones to obtain data, inspect infrastructure, deliver supplies, and make repairs.
UPS, leveraging 5G technology to help the health care industry reduce time and transit for vital items like lab specimen and life-saving medication.
Live Nation's partnered with Verizon to transform the Wiltern in Los Angeles into the first 5G Ultra Wideband-enabled music club. With a multi-cam experience, a 360-degree portal experience and crowd management solutions, this is a new way for remote audiences to feel immersed in events farther away.
Verizon 5G technology can fuel technologies to create digital twins of the artists for a full-length AR/VR music video, so fans can feel connected with their favorite artists, up close.
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