Research on key technologies of service quality optimizationfor industrial IoT 5G network for intelligent manufacturing

  • Yeping Chu
  • Lin PanEmail author
  • Kaijun Leng
  • Han-Chi Fu
  • Anthony Lam


5G and industrial IoT are both cutting-edge technologies today. Although they serve the communications and industrial sectors separately, the relevance of technology will still make them closely related. Intelligent manufacturing industry IoT relies on high-speed developed Internet technology. The high-performance 5G network will greatly promote the rapid development of Internet applications and will also have a profound impact on the application of industrial Internet of Things. Based on the technology and application characteristics of industrial Internet of Things and 5G communication system, this paper analyzes the development status of industrial IoT applications based on 5G environment and analyzes how to improve the quality of 5G network technology of industrial Internet of Things. System and intelligent manufacturing industrial IoT applications provide some helpful help.


5G technology Industrial Internet of Things Supporting platform Everything interconnection Intelligent manufacturing 



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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Research Centre of Hubei Logistics DevelopmentHubei University of EconomicWuhanChina
  2. 2.Faculty of Economics and BusinessKU LeuvenLeuvenBelgium

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