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T-Mobile’s farming with 5G

  • 3 February 2021
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T-Mobile’s farming with 5G
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Expanding and innovating our wireless network is the backbone of T-Mobile’s 5G movement. Our 5G network is giving customers more than just amazing speeds, it has the potential to assist American farmers with the tools they need to produce more food with fewer resources.

Andrew Albert of Albert's Hay, one of two 5G access the field lab

 

Farming with 5G

Farming in America is one of the toughest and most important jobs someone could do. Finding innovative ways to feed a population can be challenging with limited technology. T-Mobile’s 5G network is already making a positive impact in the wireless world and now this powerful tech will help make improvements to the agricultural industry. With T-Mobile expanding the network, farmers may have access to the tools they need to be able to produce more food while needing less resources. This means using less water, fertilizer, and pesticides on their crops.

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5GOILab Food Resiliency Project - T-Mobile Newsroom

Combining innovative technology to improve agriculture, creates a more beneficial process for producing food that everyone can enjoy. Artificial Intelligence systems that keep track of soil and crop conditions will give farmers the information they need to make real-time decisions improving how they manage the food properly. With T-Mobile continuing to build out a powerful Extended Range 5G network across over a million square miles, small farms across America could have the potential to get the most out of what they sow. T-Mobile’s 5G network isn’t stopping with agricultural tech, it’s going beyond. Our network is designed for millions of customers, allowing 5G to make positive changes to other business and industries across America.

Capable device required; coverage not available in some areas. While 5G access won't require a certain plan or feature, some uses/services might. See Coverage details, Terms and Conditions, and Open Internet information for network management details (like video optimization) at T-Mobile.com.


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