In today's broadband economy, geospatial technology matters more.
New technologies such as self-driving cars, edge computing, and the Internet of Things (IoT) increase the need for high-bandwidth, low-latency networks. With 5G comes a never before seen dependency on location. In today's broadband economy, geospatial technology matters more.
Identifying the right places and mapping key locations into a new network are the easiest ways to improve the service provided, increase customer satisfaction, and drive loyalty to a network. To make this process easier and deliver more accurate results, telecom providers need to understand the geospatial needs for 5G service across large sections of the nation and even the world.
Putting Geospatial in 5G Whitepaper