We aim to launch the fifth-generation mobile communications system “5G” in 2020.
5G will provide fastest-ever data speeds, make communication available for more people at one time, and support machine-to-machine communication that requires ultra-low latency. Such capabilities of 5G will enable us to provide mobile communications that can make full use of cloud and IoT (Internet of Things) services.
With “5G,” We are seeking to create a new world no one has ever experienced, making people's lives even more convenient and comfortable.
Choosing any of video streams from numerous small cameras in the venue, you can enjoy vivid, powerful images from the players’ viewpoints over an omni-directional three dimensional screen.
On-board AI robot will detect early signs of driver’s drowsiness through car-mounted cameras and wearable devices. Eventually, safe autonomous driving will be achieved, avoiding dangers based on various data aggregated from all devices, such as car-mounted sensors and smartphones of the surrounding pedestrians.
Support for daily living
Information from all devices such as smartphones and sensors in the streets will be collected and analyzed and delivered to you as information that makes your daily life easier (for example, traffic information and weather information) at a suitable timing.
Personal agents will be available to fulfill services that closely cater to the needs of your daily lives; one example may be a service to interpret conversations in real time between devices, which will enable smooth communication between people speaking different languages.
5G Trial Sites
We plans to build trial environments called “5G Trial Sites” to enable customers to experience features of 5G from May 2017 as part of our efforts to create new services using 5G.
The Tokyo Waterfront City (Odaiba and Aomi district) and Tokyo Sky Tree Town.
2. Start of Trial
3. Image of Service Demo
“Demonstration for the delivery of high-quality VR content” (Toppan Printing Co., Ltd.)