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    5G May Revolutionize Emergency Services

    During a time when medical systems are stretched by aging populations, 5G technology would allow a host of emergency service innovations to flourish. For example, drones could deliver defibrillators or augmented reality glasses might connect first responders with medical specialists around the world. Although these pilot programs are possible with slower connections, speed and reliability are critical when lives are at stake — which is why medical practitioners are probably looking forward to a full-scale 5G rollout by 2020.

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