The Incredible Potential of 5G

By Research and Markets, Special for  USDR

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the “The Global Advent of 5G in Cars” report to their  offering.

5G is expected to blend existing technologies (2G, 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi) to allow higher coverage, availability, and network density. The key differentiator will be greater connectivity as an enabler for autonomous vehicles, machine-to-machine/machine-to-infrastructure services, and the Internet of Things. Highly automated cars are in the development stage with promise to commercialize by 2020. 5G will play a vital role in adoption. This study identifies the various segments, potential use cases, and growth areas, concluding with 3 big  predictions.

Key Questions This Study Will  Answer:

– What are the technical specifications of  5G?
– What are the various use cases that is 5G can support in the automotive  space?
– When will the OEMs and service providers switch to  5G?
– Which service provider is the market leader in 5G and which country is likely to deploy 5G  first?

Key Topics  Covered:

1. Executive  Summary

  • Key Findings
  • Technology Snapshot
  • 5G Expectations
  • Industry Challenges
  • Commercialization of 5G

2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and  Methodology

  • Research Scope and Objectives
  • Geographic Definitions and Research Timeline
  • Research Aim and Objectives
  • Key Questions This Study Will Answer
  • Research Methodology
  • Research Background

3. Overview of  LTE-A

  • Enhancing LTE
  • LTE-A Specification (Spec)
  • LTE-A Global Plans
  • Moving towards LTE-B

4. Market  Analysis

  • 5G Use Cases
  • First Movers in 5G
  • Global Plans
  • Automotive Use Cases
  • 5G for OTA Updates
  • 5G in Autonomous/Connected Vehicle
  • 5G Wearable Technology
  • 5G on Augmented Reality
  • OEM Connectivity
  • Ericsson Work on 5G

5. Key  Conclusions

  • Key Conclusion
  • Last Word – 3 Big Predictions
  • Legal Disclaimer

6. Appendix

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