Toon Gerbrands & Edwin van der Sar in hologram © IO

The ambulance service in the city, extra fun for the supporters of the Philips stadium, autonomous flying drones, rehabilitation projects on the Herdgang, entertainment in the Effenaar and all kinds of experiments for startups and SMEs on the High Tech Campus: all this needs to get off the ground better with a 5G 3.5 GigaHertz connection. And if you’re in Eindhoven, you might be lucky enough to be one of the first to enjoy it: residents, students, startups and companies can use 5G in full at a number of test locations to make the city better. To this end, the Radiocommunications Agency of the Ministry of Economic Affairs has allocated temporary frequency space.

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