Audi and Ericsson plan to pioneer the use of 5G technology for automotive production, signing a memorandum of understanding on a range of activities exploring the potential of the technology to meet the high demands of manufacturing. Audi Chief Information Officer Frank Loydl says experts from both companies will run field tests in a technical center at the Audi Production Lab in Gaimersheim, Germany. “The fully networked factory will have a significant impact on the production of ...

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