South Korea Introduces 5G Technology At The Airport For COVID-19 Surveillance

South Korea has introduces and deployed a 5G technology at the international airport to serve as a surveillance for the novel coronavirus, the technology also serves as an artificial intelligence (AI) to check potential Coronavirus patient.

The service said the framework fuses MEC innovation, which limits inertness by sending information to close by limited scope server farms, instead of to a concentrated server farm, reports Yonhap news organization.

SK Telecom Co., the nation’s biggest remote transporter, has introduced millimeter wave (mmWave) band 5G base stations at the air terminal to work the administration.

While 5G clients have stretched around 10 million in South Korea since its commercialisation of the most recent age network in April a year ago.