Prime Minister Narendra Modi drives a car in Sweden virtually from Delhi using 5G technology: WATCH Video | Car news
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched the 5G mobile services in India. While the same technology was used today, the PM test drove a car in Europe from New Delhi. The services were launched by the Prime Minister when he attended the opening of the Indian Mobile Congress 2022. To demonstrate the use of the new services, the PM drove a car that was physically located in Europe while sitting in Ericsson’s booth at the aforementioned event. Due to the new mobile services, the high-speed network was used to connect the car’s controls with the devices located in India, thus gaining remote control of the car.
The picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi driving the car was shared by Union Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal on Twitter. The caption on the video said: “@NarendraModi ji tests driving in Europe remotely from Delhi using India’s 5G technology.” While inaugurating the four-day India Mobile Congress going on at Pragati Maidan, PM Modi also visited several booths. He also encouraged startups in India to use 5G cases.
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It should be noted that in the first phase of the expansion of the mobile services, these services will be made available in 13 cities. In addition, the expectation is that the entire country will be covered by the 5G network by 2024.
He also stopped by the booth of a group of over 100 local entrepreneurs who are working together to create 5G solutions to address India’s real-time challenges in healthcare, education, disaster management and other areas. Modi visited the Jio Pavilion, where he saw the real 5G gadgets on display and used Jio Glass to experience the use cases.
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The Prime Minister also took time to understand how a team of Jio engineers developed end-to-end 5G technology locally and how 5G will help reduce urban-rural healthcare delivery. According to Modi, the wait for 5G technology in the country is over, and soon every city will experience the benefits of “Digital India.”