The labs will encompass various applications like smart classrooms, precision farming, intelligent transport systems, and healthcare applications to uncover a fresh set of opportunities, business models, and employment potential.
The honorable Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented the Union Budget 2023 and announced that the center will set up 100 labs in engineering institutions across India to develop 5G-driven applications.
For the same our CEO, Gaurav Gandhi commented
“The 5G ecosystem in India will get further stimulus from this budget. 100 labs for developing applications using 5G services are to be set up in engineering institutions.
These labs will effectively develop 5G services to be implemented in a variety of fields. This holds some potential for private 5G deployment in these institutions and further growth of private networks for research purposes.
Setting up these labs will also help the telecom sector which has been at the center of mobile telephony distribution in India. More than 50 cities in the country have access to 5G services, so these labs will help them cover applications such as smart classrooms, precision farming, intelligent transport system, and healthcare”
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