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Everything Connected: Today's Challenge Tomorrow's Opportunity

2018-03-27 10:18:28 Author: China area director Wang Su, general manager of the Australian telecommunications companies Source:CTI ForumComment:0  Click:


With the continuous emergence of emerging technologies, the rapid development of the industry, and the further improvement of user expectations, companies are faced with many challenges. However, there are challenges and opportunities. The key lies in how to seize the current opportunities - especially in the coming era of automatic interconnection of all things. Whether investing in new technologies, new capabilities, or developing new skills, companies need to understand these new challenges and How new opportunities can further shape the future.
Open the door to the Internet of Things
At the moment, IoT technology is used for the Internet of Things. The issue has begun to shift from discussing the number of connected devices to the discussion of the true business value brought about by IoT applications. Real-time monitoring, in-depth analysis, and the ability to make real-time decisions based on data generated by the Internet of Things terminal devices are driving more and more companies to help the Internet of Things technology, companies can not only improve work efficiency and reduce operating costs and risks, but also It can expand market opportunities, rapidly develop new products, and bring them to market faster.
The commercial potential of the Internet of Things has attracted widespread market attention. According to the forecasts of GrowthEnabler and MarketsandMarkets, the global IoT market will grow from US$157 billion in 2016 to US$457 billion in 2020, a CAGR of 28.5%. According to IDC's data, companies have begun to increase investment in the Internet of Things: in 2017, manufacturing (USD 183 billion), transportation (US$85 billion), and utilities (US$66 billion) Internet of Things investment The greatest effort.
The Telstra IoT Network is one of the only networks in the world that can implement both Cat M1 and Narrowband standards. The network has been specifically designed to support IoT technologies and devices such as sensors, trackers and monitors operating at extremely low data rates while extending battery life. Telstra has deployed more than 2 million IoT services and is working with many industries and customers to build IoT solutions.
Taking an outstanding case as an example - Through the Telstra IoT Network, Peloris Global Sourcing can now more quickly put Australian fresh food on the shelves of Chinese supermarkets. Three years ago, such a task was still impossible. Through the Internet of Things technology, Australia Telecom and M2M Connectivity have helped the Peloris team realize real-time data access and continuously monitor the monitoring temperature throughout Australia's farms to China to ensure the quality of fresh milk. Achieving full visibility and transparency in the supply chain can significantly increase the efficiency and quality of the product. Today, the amount of fresh milk that Pelosis exports to China accounts for about 40% of China’s total milk imports.
Achieve smarter transportation
In fact, the transportation industry is one of the first industries to adopt IoT technology. Many people do not understand that trucking is one of the most labor-intensive and dangerous industries in the world. And all this will change in the future.
Large transport companies such as Scania are testing autopilot technology. In January 2017, Scania announced the establishment of the world’s first fully autonomous truck fleet in Singapore. Truck fleet operations technology will collect a large amount of valuable information in real time and be used to increase work efficiency, improve maintenance processes, and provide customized services based on customer specific needs. With the deployment of technologies such as inter-vehicle communications and interconnected control systems, the distance between trucks will likely be shorter, which will reduce the consumption of gasoline and further increase fleet efficiency.
Another example of industry excitement is Tesla’s announcement in November 2017 of the introduction of electric semi-trailers. The Tesla semi-trailer truck will use an enhanced autopilot, which will be capable of driving 800 km on the highway with maximum load when fully charged. Tesla founder Elon Musk said that the total cost of ownership of Tesla semi-trailer trucks will be reduced by 20% compared to diesel trucks.
Like Tesla and Scania, Telstra sees the Internet of Things and intelligent transportation as important opportunities for the future. In November 2017, Telstra acquired MTData, an Australian-owned provider of GPS and fleet management solutions designed to accelerate the delivery of enterprise-class, interconnected vehicle services to the market.
The future is the world of 5G
Soon, we will enter the world of 5G, and more and more industries and companies will embrace interconnect technology. If the previous network is to ensure the transmission of voice and data, and 5G is to connect all industries and Internet of things.
At the recent PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games, 5G has proved its extraordinary strength. Thanks to the close cooperation between Korea Telecom, Intel, and Samsung, we have witnessed the highest-tech winter Olympics - the driverless cars, robots, and drones in the Olympic Village have provided outstanding visitors and guests. Service and help; immersive broadcasts with 4K or even 8K video quality significantly increase the viewer's visual viewing experience.
In the face of the historic task of hosting the 2022 Winter Olympics, the Beijing Municipal Government promised to achieve full 4G coverage in the city by 2020, and to achieve 5G coverage at Beijing Airport, Expo Park and all Winter Olympic venues. In February of this year, China’s three largest telecom companies announced plans to implement 5G field trials in major cities in China and plan to build more than 100 base stations. According to a study released by the China Institute of Information and Communications Technology, by 2023, the total 5G spending of three domestic network operators will reach RMB 313.3 billion. In addition, the study also predicts that by 2025, the 5G market will bring a value of 1.1 trillion yuan, equivalent to 3.2% of China's GDP.
It can be said that connectivity is the pillar of our world today and the future. From the driverless car to drones, smart home appliances and automated factories, everything is built on the cornerstone of network interconnection. By providing real-time information, analytical power, and decision-making power, interoperability will disrupt past business models and people's lifestyles, bringing us endless possibilities.
About Telstra (Telstra)
Telstra is a leading provider of telecommunications and information services in the industry, with a focus on Asia Pacific and operations worldwide. We provide a full range of services in the Australian telecommunications industry, including the operation of Australia's largest mobile communications and Wi-Fi network. Telstra has served the world for more than 70 years and currently owns and operates one of the largest submarine cables in the Asia Pacific region. We also provide a variety of end-to-end solutions, including international network and hosting services, global connectivity, cloud, voice calling, hosted hosting, conferencing and satellite communications services.
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