5G can provide a significant improvement in the capacity and coverage of mobile networks in remote areas, enabling the region to participate fully in the digital economy.
We expect new applications to be introduced, such as remote care or teaching. It can also give a huge impulse to the agri-food sector by increasing the use of sensors and monitoring for precision farming. These mobile applications use an increasing number of frequencies.
The Ministry of Economic Affairs/Radiocommunications Agency Netherlands (EZ/Agentschap Telecom) promotes a smarter, dynamic use of frequencies as a key part of a modern telecommunication infrastructure.
More information on the website 5Groningen.nl