The advent of new age technology has made all of us “connected” as we see daily activities ranging from something simple like making a payment at a vendor’s to complex processes like smart electricity grids that can control, monitor and distribute electricity across cities in a more efficient way than human ever could, we are getting closer and closer to a digital reality where everything is powered by IoT and 5G powered smart devices. To ensure that we are able to achieve this reality, high quality connectivity is a must. It is necessary that the underlying network infrastructure of the geography in question is prepared to deliver on new needs and such a large lever can only be moved if public institutions like governments and regulators step in and keep a close eye on the Telecom and Internet Service Providers readiness.
Public institutions can deploy continuous monitoring solutions across buildings, roads, railway lines, transit hubs, hospitals and other points of interests and keep tabs on the network quality that operators are serving. This would help institutions drive SLAs with operators and choose the best service provider in a particular location when setting up smart infrastructure.