Orange Belgium has officially opened the doors of its first 5G Lab in Belgium today. Companies can discover, test or develop new groundbreaking applications.
The Lab is the latest addition to the Orange Group’s international network in Europe, which includes seven other Labs in addition to Antwerp.
At the opening of the lab, in the presence of Flemish Minister of Brussels, Youth and Media Benjamin Dalle, Orange Belgium demonstrated several new 5G applications, such as a robotic arm controlled remotely via smart glasses connected to the 5G network. from Orange. The interaction with the robot is done via augmented reality.
Another application is self-driving rail vehicles, developed in collaboration with OTIV, a start-up selected through the Orange Fab acceleration program. In concrete terms, a train will be equipped with cameras and sensors and an AI engine that automatically recognizes objects and people on the track and immediately sets off the alarm bell or even the emergency brake.
Source: Mobile – Emerce by www.emerce.nl.
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