Ericsson, Saab And Indiana’s Purdue University Partner On 5G Network At Purdue Airport

Purdue University President Mung Chiang discusses the collaboration with industry partners Ericsson and Saab. A private 5G network will be installed at the airport, allowing companies and university researchers to develop their newest innovations in a real-world setting. (Purdue University/Charles Jischke)

By Oystein Bergmann, Bureau Chief, Scandinavia

Purdue University Airport, in collaboration with industry partners Ericsson and Saab, has announced the creation of a unique 5G network that will serve as a “lab to life” proving ground for academics, researchers and business to develop commercial solutions that can be replicated to improve operations and security at airports of all sizes.

The project aims to bring to life the benefits of private 5G for airports, where new high-performance networks can be tested in real-life scenarios.

Ericsson will contribute a private 5G network for the Purdue Research Foundation to operate at the Purdue University Airport in the US State of Indiana.

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