According to a study, precision agriculture can bring 269 million euros to Hungary

By: Trademagazin editor Date: 2021. 04. 14. 11:21
In countries that rely heavily on agriculture, the spread of 5G networks and the agricultural solutions based on them can represent an outstandingly high added value in terms of investment.

According to a study commissioned by Analysis Mason on behalf of Ericsson, 5G networks in Hungary could generate 269 million euros in additional revenue by 2030 after spending 94 million euros (private capital and subsidies) – the company told MTI on Wednesday. (MTI)


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