Superfast 5G Network Is Tested By Google Powered By Drones

Posted on Jan 31 2016 - 6:29am by Brian Atkinson

We know Google has since a long time ago moved past web pursuit and email to a wide range of bizarre and outlandish undertakings: self-driving autos, propelled apply autonomy, fast web and a great deal all the more next to. Presently it’s been uncovered that the tech mammoth is additionally chipping away at ultra-fast 5G systems fueled by automatons.


The mystery venture, code-named SkyBender, is as of now in a trial stage at Spaceport America in New Mexico, the Guardian reports. The arrangement could conceivably offer information speeds around 40 times quicker than the most extreme 4G/LTE speeds as of now accessible to cell phones and different gadgets. For the reasons of testing the system, Google is leasing 15,000 square feet of overhang space and has set up a committed flight control focus, the report says.

In the long run, the firm needs its sun based fueled unmanned ethereal vehicles to give fast network over the globe. The thought is not very unlike the Project Loon activity Google has as of now discussed, yet for this situation rambles go about as the portable hotspots as opposed to hot air inflatables; it is likewise reminiscent of Facebook’s own automaton controlled web system plan. Signs are shot from a telephone to a base station by means of the self-sufficient flying machine cruising in the sky.