[ Security Exhibition Network Current Affairs Focus ] UAV has the advantages of easy operation, low cost, taking off and landing at any time. With the development and maturity of 5G networks, edge computing, network slicing and other technologies, UAVs are used in security inspection, logistics, It has broad application prospects in the fields of surveying, mapping, and agriculture. According to the report released by Guanyan World, with the maturity of satellite positioning systems and the improvement of electronic and radio control technology, China's drone industry will enter a stage of rapid development.
Chen Guangcheng, director of the General Flight Standards Division of the Civil Aviation Administration of China, once said that “unless there is no communication, drones cannot exist.” 5G technology, as a new generation of information and communication infrastructure, carries autonomous driving, VR / AR, and drones. And other applications, to promote the formation of the three-dimensional integration of human, machine, and material "interconnected with all things" space. It can be said that in this network compiled by 5G, drones can fly farther and show more technologies that could not be achieved in the past.
On the demand side, the 5G intelligent technology group promotes the iteration of user needs from basic communications to digital production and digital life. Operators' user focus has shifted from individual customers to enterprise customers. In recent years, with the advantages of network resources and customer resources, China's telecommunications operators have tried to stand at the center of value connection in the 5G era and spark sparks with drones. Let ’s take a brief look.
On April 14, 2018, China Telecom cooperated with Huawei to complete the first flight test and inspection inspection of 5G drones in Shenzhen. On December 3, 2019, the China Telecom 5G VR + Smart Governance Seminar was held in Nanchang, Jiangxi. The conference released the China Telecom Tianyi UAV Enablement Platform. It is understood that this platform integrates face recognition, traffic forensics, equipment defect recognition, fire warning, multispectral analysis, river surface floating object detection, construction progress photo and other capabilities, and has multi-vendor and multi-model drone access Service, full visual flight control service. Based on this platform, China Telecom has launched drone applications and solutions in more than a dozen industries, including smart police, smart construction sites, power equipment inspections, traffic inspections, and emergency command.
On June 27, 2018, China Mobile and Top Attack Robot jointly launched a 5G drone smart security solution. On April 24, 2019, China Mobile (Chengdu) Industry Research Institute held a 5G network-connected drone industry summit and application results release conference in Rong, and released a drone network, cloud, terminal, security, and The applied end-to-end systematic solution covers emergency communication, fire protection, surveying and mapping, etc. On November 10, 2019, the nation's first "Fire Blue" national comprehensive fire rescue team contest and fire fighting rescue exercises were successfully completed At the end of the competition, a 5G emergency communication base station for China Mobile drones was deployed at the competition site to ensure various applications of 360-degree panoramic HD video in fire rescue. In addition, China Mobile has launched application pilots such as UAV base station inspection and security monitoring in Shanghai, Xiong'an, Guangdong, Zhejiang, and Hubei.
On April 26, 2018, China Unicom's independently designed and developed auxiliary search and rescue product, "5G Vo Rescue", was officially released. This product can fully take advantage of the high maneuverability and flexible flight trajectory of the drone to achieve a large-scale carpet search and rescue and Quick location and discovery of the affected people. On August 5, 2019, China Unicom's 5G Innovation Center completed a demonstration of 4K inspection services for 5G networked UAVs in Beijing, Tianjin and Hangzhou. It is reported that the business system uses the "unmanned aerial vehicle 5G companion" and integrated service cloud platform developed by the 5G Innovation Center.
Concluding remarks: The mountains and rivers are empty, and the years are secretly changed. Industry insiders point out that 5G is an era of the Internet of Everything, and operators should jump out of the inertia of generating value in the past and focus on how to generate value through connectivity. It is believed that in the future, China's telecommunications operators will explore more "5G + drone" smart applications.