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Keyvisual Industrial 5G
Smartphone users as well as industrial companies are looking forward to the advent of the new 5G wireless mobile standard, thanks to which companies will be able to connect their machines and thus make their production plants and intralogistics operations more efficient, more autonomous, and more flexible than ever before.

Industrie 4.0, the smart factory, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) – these are the future of industrial manufacturing. Designing production plants and intralogistics to be more flexible, autonomous, and efficient requires the right communication framework and comprehensive connectivity. The new 5G communication standard opens up important new prospects. It will initially have a data speed of between one and 5 gigabits per second, subsequently increasing to 20 gigabits per second – a quantum leap that will make it between 10 and 20 times faster than the system’s predecessor, LTE.

Siemens Automotive Showroom and Testcenter

In 2017, the showroom was expanded to include AGVs (Automated Guided Vehicles). The aim is to support the implementation, further development and testing of the Simove solution, an AGV system platform which comprises Siemens automation and drive technology plus a software package. 
Simove offers users applications for maintenance as well as fleet management software, where AGVs from different manufacturers can be integrated. Machine builders can use the software library to access preconfigured and tested function blocks. Furthermore, the Simove software is based on the Simatic TIA Portal, which enables efficient engineering.
The Siemens Automotive Showroom and Test Center in Nuremberg was opened in 2014. Its aim is to develop, test and present new manufacturing options and methods before they are implemented on customer sites. This allows Siemens customers such as AGV manufacturers to see their products interact live.
The Siemens Automotive Showroom and Test Center in Nuremberg was opened in 2014. Its aim is to develop, test and present new manufacturing options and methods before they are implemented on customer sites. This allows Siemens customers such as AGV manufacturers to see their products interact live.

Infographics

Industrial 5G. The Wireless Network of the Future.

Industrial 5G - Overview

Industrial 5G - Evolution

Further Information

Eckard Eberle about the advantages of Industrial 5G

"5G networks will open doors for industry on its journey to Industrie 4.0 and digitalization. Featuring excellent reliability and low latency as well as comprehensive IIoT connectivity, 5G is essential for trendsetting applications in industrial environments. This includes mobile applications in manufacturing as well as autonomous vehicles in logistics, IIoT, AR and VR applications. An all-encompassing network offering wireless connection to control an entire industrial plant – extremely reliable, with high availability and an extremely high bandwidth."

Eckard Eberle
CEO Process Automation 
Eckard Eberle

Contact

Katharina Zoefeld

Digital Industries

+49 (172) 5876725

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www.siemens.com/press/industrial-5g