UAE: Human Sensory Transmission Through 6G Deployment by 2030

With the goal of implementing 6G technology by 2030, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is striving for a huge technological leap.

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The action will pave the way for the first-ever digital transmission of human senses, a major breakthrough in communications. Outlining ambitious aspirations for the future of communication technology, the Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA) of the United Arab Emirates recently released its complete 6G Roadmap.

Anticipated advancements in 6G promise to enable cutting-edge applications such as the transmission of human senses such as taste, touch, smell, and sight with previously unheard-of precision and low latency. This breakthrough is anticipated to increase the potential of robots and artificial intelligence, transforming a number of industries, including healthcare and driverless vehicles, among others. However, the global availability of more radio frequencies is necessary for the realization of these disruptive technologies.

The strategic goal of the roadmap is to improve digital infrastructure by fully utilizing 6G's capabilities, which include extensive coverage, integrated sensing, and smooth AI integration. Anticipating a major change in the telecoms environment, UAE telecom companies are already making significant investments in 6G and other future technologies.

To expedite the adoption of 6G, a dedicated committee has been formed under the leadership of Khalifa University, comprising key stakeholders such as manufacturers, operators, and regulatory authorities. This collaborative effort aims to drive scientific research, develop technical standards, and facilitate global cooperation through platforms like the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and other standardization institutes.

The TDRA is aggressively pursuing the development of upgraded 5G networks (5.5G) as a stopgap measure before making the ultimate switch to 6G by 2030, while simultaneously maintaining the evolution of current 5G networks. Within the present 5G framework, efforts are being made to improve the efficiency of traffic management, density of connections, and spectrum use.

In addition to these initiatives, the TDRA is leading 6G trials with partners in government, business, and academia. The UAE wants to speed up the rollout and uptake of 6G services across the country by supplying the required frequencies and regulatory frameworks, assisted by programs such as the ICT Regulatory Sandbox.

The Director-General of TDRA, Majed Sultan Al Mesmar, stressed the strategic importance of the 6G Roadmap in establishing the United Arab Emirates as a leader in the new digital economy worldwide. The revolutionary potential of 6G networks in opening up new use cases and improving user experiences was emphasized by Deputy Director-General Mohammed Al Ramsi. Together, these programs demonstrate the UAE's dedication to digital inclusivity, environmental sustainability, and the global growth of telecom technology.

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