21 million euros for Belgian 5G projects

The Belgian Minister for Telecommunications Petra de Sutter is allocating 20 million euros for 21 5G projects. For example, it concerns a project with which the fire service can send a 5G drone to an accident in order to visualize this accident.

Last year, the Federal government already announced that it would invest money in national 5G projects. Minister of Telecommunications Petra De Sutter wanted to make up for the backlog due to the years of postponement of the 5G auction.

For example, one of the projects will enable our fire and rescue services to quickly map the location of a fire by sending a drone to the location of an emergency call.

A consortium between Seafar, POM West-Vlaanderen, e-BO Enterprises and Orange Belgium will equip three ‘water trucks’ with 5G and investigate the possibilities of remote control via Virtual Reality.

‚ÄčTRES.city, Keysight Technologies and Orange Belgium are working together to realize a 5G technology for autonomous vehicles for public transport in Leuven.


Source: Mobile – Emerce by www.emerce.nl.

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