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U.S. operators look at drones, to have a special 4G package in order to allow unmanned aerial access to the Internet, the U.S. telecom operator Verizon decided to launch a dedicated data traffic package for it. Using this service provided by Verizon, the UAV can access the network during the flight, the video, images and other sensors to collect the information back to the ground on the smart device. It is reported that the cost of this data package is divided into $25 per month 1GB traffic and $80 10GB traffic in two. Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam has combined network for the company’s next growth point. Future UAVs will become an important device for customer data collection. It will be used in many areas, such as the use of the energy industry for the inspection of oil pipelines, used in the field of agricultural testing or the use of forest fire prevention. But at present most of the civilian UAV flight must be within the scope of the operator, and in the absence of special permission, the flight height can not be higher than 400 feet. UAV access to the 4G network can not only realize the remote operation of the UAV, but also to promote policy makers consider relaxing restrictions on uavs. Look at the potential market for unmanned aerial vehicles also more than Verizon this operator. At the beginning of September this year, another American telecommunications company AT& T; cooperation with Qualcomm, they are testing for the UAV to provide mobile 4G network service. In addition, operators are also going to use drones in their own network construction. They use drones as a cellular station, and when an emergency occurs, such as a storm that causes network service outages, they can use drones to make up for the gap in the network. At present, in this case, the main use of Verizon trucks and trailers to build temporary cellular stations, and the future of this replacement will be more than one uav. Similar attempt, the United States, the other two operators T-Mobile and AT& T is also doing. In March last year, T-Mobile began to UAV application to the ground antenna equipment inspection. AT& and at the end of last month, T is still in beta trial; gym drones to enhance the wireless signal coverage within the venue. Recommendation: focus on "AI generation" micro signal (tencentAI), reply "Standford", access to the Stanford University report: 2030 artificial intelligence and Life Report Download link.相关的主题文章: