Overview of whitepaper:

  • The future of Industry 4.0
  • 5G end-user industries highlight
  • How 5G is enabling a more intelligent and net zero future?
  • Costs and cybersecurity concerns around 5G
  • Is 5G right for your company?

Bringing greater efficiency, real-time monitoring and cost savings across industries.

Global economic impact

The expected impact by 2025 with the total combined applications of IIoT.

IIoT devices by 2026

Based on a forecast made by Frost & Sullivan in 2021.


AI and Machine Learning (ML) coupled with real-time data improves production line design, maintenance and training with 5G.

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Logistics and Supply Chain

Streamlines operations with real-time visibility and monitoring; improving efficiency and cost savings. Last-mile deliveries using Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) are made more sustainable and safe with route optimisation software.


Enables better healthcare through mission-critical medical services, with remote monitoring and care. Exchange of data over virtual or protected networks further facilitates education for fellow colleagues.

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Oil and Gas

Provides mission-critical communications, as well as process efficiency improvements. This results in cost savings worth millions. 5G also provides the flexibility to meet changing requirements with the bandwidth needed for IIoT devices.

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"According to a Manufacturing Institute survey, 91% of manufacturers believe 5G connectivity will be important to the overall future of their business."

— Excerpt from "5G: Enabling Industry 4.0 and Beyond" by Frost & Sullivan

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