The real smart home and smart home need to do more than just control the single product, but realize the interconnection between all the smart devices in the family. By constructing such a network of connections between things, it is possible to complete the "communication" of data between products. Of course, the architecture of such a network also needs to be based on the Internet. At present, the pace of 5G commercial use in the world is gradually accelerating, and various countries have begun commercial deployment of 5G play. So what impact will the arrival of 5G have on smart homes? Perhaps its arrival will bring more convenience to your family life.
Significant increase in transmission rate
Compared with 4G, a major feature of 5G is the significant increase in transmission speed. The transmission rate of 5G can basically reach 10 times of 4G transmission. From the data point of view, the transmission speed of 4G is simply a "small water pipe". Higher transmission speeds not only provide convenience for our lives, such as increased download speed, but also make the relationship between smart homes closer.
Since the smart home still needs to be based on the Internet and data connection between each other, the speed of the network directly affects the user experience. For example, smart home products such as smart refrigerators are now added to the smart screen, and users can use the screen and family videos. If the network speed can't keep up, it will often happen. Therefore, the emergence of 5G networks can enhance the experience of today's smart homes.
On the other hand, a big TV manufacturer began to pay attention to 8K ultra-high-definition resolution. Compared with 4K, 8K content is bigger, which also poses new challenges to download speed. Obviously, the download speed of 5G over 1GB/s can effectively develop new technologies in the field of smart home.
The delay is greatly reduced
When transitioning from 4G to 5G, not only does the network speed increase rapidly, but the delay is also greatly reduced. What does it mean when the value of the delay is reduced? From a numerical point of view, the human response delay time is between 200ms and 300ms, even for sports athletes, it can only be reduced to 100ms. The delay of the 4G network is 10ms, but in the 5G network, this number is once again reduced to only 1ms.
The reduction in latency will also bring more advantages to smart home products than previously. At present, when using a 4G network to control a smart home, the delay is often high, and the device consumes a certain feedback time when exchanging information. Reflected in actual use. After you have issued the order, you need to pause for a few seconds before you can give feedback. This kind of body feeling is not what you need.
Smart homes require not only fast transmission speeds, but some devices also have stricter requirements for delays. For example, the use of intelligent security systems, if the home is stolen, there is a large delay in the need to shoot, resulting in the inability to collect the most important information, I believe this is definitely not the smart home products that everyone wants to use. The extremely low latency of 5G allows the response time of smart homes to be further compressed, so the effect will be better in use.
Further standardization of network standards
Most of the current smart home products exist in a single piece. Our approach to smart home control is basically a straight line of “communication” through mobile phones. But the real smart home needs to do is the cooperation between the various devices, which is not available in the current "islanded" smart home products.
Of course, there are also a series of integrations of smart home manufacturers in this area, and their products are included under their own intelligent platform, so that the connection between different devices can be achieved. For example, by talking to a brand of smart speakers by voice, the smart device can be turned off by issuing a command to the smart speaker. However, due to the different standards between brands and brands, different brands of products can not access the other's intelligent platform, and can only record through their own big data. From the consumer's point of view, purchasing a complete set of smart home products is the best choice.
Because smart homes are based on the Internet, they will involve more network standards. Many of the current smart home standards are still unconformed. The advantages of 5G mobile communication networks are not limited to high-speed transmission and extremely low latency, but also because it is more flexible to support smart devices. For smart devices that need to be in different scenarios in the home, 5G networks can provide a more consistent home network standard, making smart home use more convenient.
Will smart homes immediately invest in 5G networks?
5G mobile communication network technology seems to solve some of the difficulties encountered by smart homes at present, and can also enhance the sense of physical fitness. But when 5G technology comes, will smart homes really adopt this new network technology? Although smart home manufacturers will welcome the arrival of this new technology, it may take some time to get away from the real application.
For smart home manufacturers, 5G networks do bring more advantages, but smart home manufacturers face some challenges in using 5G networks. For example, the power consumption problem of 5G networks. If the power consumption is further increased, the smart device that currently needs to be powered will need to be updated again.
From a practical point of view, 5G is undoubtedly bringing features and upgrading to the smart home industry. Whether it is a faster response or an upgraded transmission speed, the consumer experience of the product is fundamentally improved. In the distance from the commercial use of 5G mobile communication networks, we may have some new expectations for the future of smart homes.