6G will open new doors for the metaverse

by nativetechdoctor

In the future, 6G use options are likely to be demonstrated at the Osaka World Expo 2025 (Japan) and the 2028 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles (USA)

This is shared by Ee Huei Sin – President of the industrial electronic solutions division of Keysight Technologies. He also said that in the future people can expect one of the two opening ceremonies to be held in the virtual universe – the metaverse.

Metaverse will play an important role in the user experience, allowing fans to participate in a number of Olympic events. We will also see some sports, possibly eSports, competed in a 6G Olympic metaverse, parallel to the actual sports event, with at least one medal awarded in this metaverse.

While rural areas and remote industries will benefit from 6G’s enhanced connectivity, ultra-low latency will further accelerate high-speed financing, the technology will be much more expensive than other technologies. predecessor technology, so there may be differences in the application process.

This market is also lacking the spectrum needed for future technologies to develop. As a result, Keysight predicts that the 2030s will focus on solving spectrum challenges so that new innovations of the future network have a chance to flourish.

In addition, Keysight also predicts that innovations in the fields of electric vehicles (EVs) and autonomous vehicles (AVs) are being rapidly adopted, but the problem of large-scale charging remains a dilemma. , charging infrastructure and battery technology need to be developed to increase range and reduce costs. Worries about the range of electric vehicles will continue until more than 300 miles (about 483 km) range on a single charge and quick charging in under 10 minutes becomes the norm.

Until then, gasoline cars still dominate the market. Electric vehicles also require the application of common standards to the entire global ecosystem; Battery innovations such as silicon anode and semiconductor batteries are needed to overcome application barriers.

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