>> This is what it means to draw the line between man and machine. A robot able to mimic a human in real time. The actions of the operator re picked up by a jackidge in glove. The virtual reality goggles means he can control it from almost anywhere.>> It could be something like just replacing the human being in a very dangerous situation like a fireman.
And you can also make this robot bigger and stronger giving new capabilities or very tiny for example for till surgery.>> It's all made possible through 5G. Once again the focus of a lot of hype at mobile world congress but this year for good reason.>> There's been a huge push at this show to try and accelerate the 5G standards.
And it seems that because there's been quite a lot of international agreement we can see the first 5G test networks going live this year. Then we're gonna see this enormous race, almost a bit of a kinda global arms race to get 5G out there first.>> Having it on your phone could take a while longer.
China's ZTE has given a sneak peak with its new Gigabit project on phone capable of it says of downloading a gigabyte a second.>> In reality you're looking at anywhere between 50 to 300 megabytes per second on to your mobile phone. That's faster than most people have with the phone this coming into their house.
That's gonna be essential to proving the business case with 5G which everybody's talking about.>> And it will almost certainly be using when it becomes a reality. From robots to cars, fridges to screwdrivers, in the world of 5G, everything is connected.