Nokia Networks is planning to showcase 5G technologies for the IoT at the Mobile World Congress 2015.
The company announced that the demonstration will include 5G radio equipment on new millimeter and centimeter wave bands.
The equipment will use advanced antennas and will be able to operate in the 3.5 – 70 GHz bands, along with a new frame structures, capable of achieving single-digit millisecond latency.
The new system will allow users to have remote control over robots working in construction and maintenance sites through immediate and synchronous eye-hand feedback.
Nokia Networks presently provides IoT-ready radio and core networks, which is required for the present machine-type connectivity and facilitates efficient management of machine data.
Nokia Networks Vice President Strategy Kathrin Buvac said: "Within the next ten years, we will see 50 billion things connected, enabling industries to become more efficient and helping people to improve their daily lives.
"At Nokia Networks, we are already demonstrating key technologies like 5G that will make mobile networks the natural choice for bringing these possibilities to reality."
Nokia Networks is also planning to launch the extended Mobile Guard solution for making IoT applications including Smart City, Smart Grid, and eHealth more secure.
The company highlighted the importance of security for IoT, which will connect different networks, and will require cloud-based and physical security to work together to produce actionable security intelligence in real time.