AT&T says the 5G show took place at San Diego Naval Base Coronado
AT&T has participated in an exhibition by the US Department of Defense (DoD) and the US Navy that showcases a variety of 5G-powered technology solutions that could support the capabilities of a naval “smart warehouse”.
The carrier said the protests took place at the San Diego Naval Base Coronado, where the smart warehouse concept is being explored by DOD.
During the demo, Base AT & T’s personal 5G network provides data throughput speeds of 3.9 Gbps with delays of less than 10 milliseconds.
In October 2020, the Department of Defense announced a 600 million reward for 5G testing and testing at five U.S. military test sites. The 5G Smart Warehouse project at Naval Base Coronado is a use-case of the DoD program that incorporates 5G capabilities for transshipment among coastal facilities. Naval unit. The main objective of this initiative is to enhance the efficiency and reliability of naval logistics operations including identification, recording, organization, storage, retrieval and transportation of materials and supplies.
AT&T highlighted that the solutions featured at the event focused on 5G radio access networks and optimized warehouse activity through enhanced data throughput, Internet of Things (IoT) support, and low latency.
During the demo, Naval Information Warfare Center-Pacific demonstrated its Battlespace Exploitation of Mixed Reality (BEMR) laboratory on how 5G-enabled virtual and augmented reality can be applied to military training, maintenance, and prototyping applications.
Also, a 5G-powered high-definition video surveillance showcases the ease of use and fast integration of an IP camera connected to the AT&T Private 5G network to provide high-definition streaming and direct access to any privately held camera. Network to support video surveillance.
An artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) solution has also demonstrated the potential to extend AI and ML from the cloud to the edge of the network using 5G’s high throughput and low latency capabilities.
Finally, AT&T states that a 5G-connected, advanced put / peak technology solution using Augmented Reality (AR) has been demonstrated. The solution was powered by a hands-free mobile device and demonstrated its ability to support increased accuracy while reducing put / peak processing time.
Lance Spencer, Client EVP-Defense, AT&T Public Sector and FirstNet, said: “The AT&T 5G-powered solution we delivered at Naval Base Coronado is the first of its kind, high-performance, highly secure and scalable private network solution. . We hope it will serve as the foundation for improved efficiency, timeliness, accuracy, security and the safety of naval warehouse management. “
“This is a prime example of how companies are coming together in a collaborative environment with our armed forces to explore potential industries in 5G. “We’re not just building for war veterans; We are also innovating with American citizens in mind. DoD is working to accelerate the development and deployment of 5G-enabled capabilities in many applications while those systems – as well as our allies and partners – are strong, secure and reliable, “said Amanda Toman, Acting CEO 5G-NextG, Under Secretary for Defense, Research and Engineering. For the office.