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too much hyped technologies meet this week at mobile World Congress in Barcelona the next generational five G. mobile networks ange driverless vehicles both need each other so I'm driving a real truck here in Gothenburg Sweden but I'm sitting in Barcelona Spain and that's enabled by five G. , which means instant control of something even quite far away , this isn't just a demo of the semi autonomous trucks are at work moving goods between warehouses a driver takes over only when they get confused network gear maker Ericsson built the five G. link they depend on receive update W's audix floating on it contains a lot of you know streaming media and also for over the edge nobody's in fact the entire vehicle is becoming software defined ideas like this are a big part of the business case for five G. the new mobile services due to roll out around the world over the next year or two building the infrastructure will cost tens of billions of dollars and it may be a few years before consumers start spending big money on five G. services for one thing that will lead to get new phones first network operators hope businesses will be quick off the mark and homemakers look like one guaranteed customer will take place all developing driverless vehicles that will need five G. data to understand the world around them is the boss of Spanish call make a site yet a car can for use in the date so many they test potentially as three thousand more by for smart , connect to tolls are just one part of the so called internet of things soon almost every electrical device will be connected one show in Barcelona this week everything from connected toasters to fridges as for transport well calls and trucks are just the beginning drive this vehicle you get in one day soon might take to the sky