Development of Chinese Telecoms in 5G Industrial Internet of Things (pre-order)

To deepen the industrial IoT (Internet of Things) adoption in the manufacturing sector, the Chinese government the 512-project promotion plans for “5G + industrial Internet” no longer after the rollout of commercial 5G services in November 2019. According to this plan, China aims to build five 5G-powered industrial public service platforms, covering 10 critical sectors, and establish at least 20 major industrial applications by 2022. This report analyzes 5G deployment plans and major industrial applications of three leading Chinese telecom operators: China Mobile, China Unicom, and China Telecom.
Table of Contents
1. Development of China’s 5G+ Industrial Internet Program
1.1 Program Objectives
1.2 Objectives of 5G Infrastructure
2. Telecoms’ 5G Deployment Plans
2.1 China Mobile
2.2 China Unicom and China Telecom
2.3 CBN
3. Development of Telecoms’ 5G+ Industrial Internet Projects
3.1 China Mobile
3.1.1 Five Upgrade Strategy
3.1.2 5G+ Industrial Internet Applications
3.1.2.1 5G+ Smart Manufacturing
3.1.2.2 5G+ Smart Grid
3.1.2.3 5G+ Smart Mining
3.1.2.4 5G+ Smart Steel
3.1.2.5 5G+ Smart Port
3.1.2.6 5G+ Smart Logistics
3.2 China Unicom
3.2.1 Eight Action Plans and Innovative Applications
3.2.2 Private 5G Networks and 5G Product Line-ups
3.2.3 5G+ Industrial Internet Applications
3.2.3.1 Tianjin Port Smart Port
3.2.3.2 Shanxi Coking Coal Group Smart Mining
3.2.3.3 FAW Group Smart Manufacturing
3.3 China Telecom
3.3.1 Integrated 5G+ Industrial Internet Strategy
3.3.2 5G+ Industrial Internet Applications
3.3.2.1 Midea Smart Manufacturing
3.3.2.2 Semen Singa Merah Smart Cement
3.3.2.3 Haier’s Washing Machine Factory Smart Manufacturing
3.3.2.4 Sany Heavy Industry- Smart Manufacturing Park
4. MIC Perspective
4.1 Data Monitoring, Machine Vision, Remote Operation and Maintenance, and Remote Control as Typical Applications
4.2 Infrastructure for 5G-enabled Industrial Internet Yet Completed
4.3 Political Incentives Lead to Early Deployment, but Economic Benefits Remain Unclear
Appendix
List of Companies

List Of Figures

Figure 1 China Mobile’s 5G Deployment for 2020 

Figure 2 CBN’s 5G Deployment 

Figure 3 China Mobile’s Five Upgrade Strategy for 5G+ Industrial Internet 

Figure 4 China Unicom’s 5G Smart Port Project at Tianjin Port 

Figure 5 China Telecom’s 5G Industrial Internet Services 

Figure 6 Midea’s 5G Application at Midea Weiqing Malong Park 16

Figure 7 SEMEN SINGA MERAH’s Visual Production Inspection Enabled by 5G 

Figure 8 Smart Surveillance Platform enabled by 5G at Haier’s Washing Machine Factory in Tianjin 


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