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Miners In China Work From Home Using 5G-tech To Control Machineries And Vehicles (Video)

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Miners in China now work from home using 5G-tech to control machineries, such as excavators, as well as vehicles.

With download speed of 800 megabytes per second and an upload speed of 100 Mb/s, 5G-tech enables the workers to remotely do heavy lifting.

Since 2019, 5G technology has been applied at Sandaozhuang Mine of China Molybdenum Co. Ltd.

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Miners in China now work from home using 5G-tech to control machineries and vehicles.

Miners in Luanchuan County in central China now work from home using 5G-enabled vehicles and machineries to carry out heavy duty industrial work.





According to the company, China Molybdenum Co., Ltd, the tech has been in operation at the Sandaozhuang Mine in central China since 2019.

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With download speed of 800 megabytes per second and an upload speed of 100 Mb/s, the 5G-technology enables workers to remotely control vehicles and machineries at the mine with precision.

This means that despite not being at the mine, workers were able to see what they are doing in real-time as they carry out rough but delicate work on site.





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Pictures and video taken onsite shows the self-driving machineries, vehicles and excavators doing their work without a driver behind the wheels.





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