In most cases, 5G is associated with a stable internet connection resulting in efficient streaming even with high definition videos. However, that’s not all it can offer, especially for the electric vehicles industry. It would change the reliability and safety associated with electric vehicles for the better. Currently, the EV market is one of those markets doing quite well and even registering rapid growth as time goes by, no doubt. As a matter of fact, most people believe that it will soon take over the automaking industry eventually. Sooner or later, the number of electric vehicles will be higher than that of petrol or diesel cars. It turns out that 5G will go hand in hand with this snowballing growth.
According to ABI Research, the number of cars connected to the 5G network is likely to be 41 million by 2030. Interestingly, the number will be twice that come 2035. After all, just like other industries, telecommunication has also identified the clean energy transition as an opportunity. It is working day in day out to see how 5G would fit in it. It is also considering the impact an excellent support network would have on this sector. In addition to the electric vehicles, the industry also plans to incorporate charging stations, which go hand in hand.
It is no secret that networks could be part of the electric vehicle industry. With 5G, the reliability is at another level, which makes it the best option. It can be of great help in some of the following areas.
First, network infrastructure will be indispensable in supporting charging stations. Since the number of electric vehicles will have gone up, fixed networks might find that overwhelming. That’s where the 5G network comes in handy. It is never a victim of failures or outages, and it is at another level when it comes to 24/7 availability and unwavering reliability. Instead of replacing it entirely, the best strategy is to use it as a backup instead. So, once the other networks fail for one reason to another, 5G should automatically take over to save the day.
Google maps have for a while now helped people identify or go to places they never knew before. Can you imagine a similar app with the only difference being its role, which will be helping drivers identify where charging stations are? 5G would help reliably support a mobile charging app. It is important to note that these benefits are not just limited to the electric vehicle industry. On the contrary, they are applicable is a long list of other activities.