Dive Into the New Age of Data Transmission
Bridging the Digital Divide
PRIE's optical wireless solution can aid in closing the digital divide in underserved areas, particularly rural areas and developing nations, by providing low-cost, high-performance communication technology. For millions of people around the world, this would improve access to economic opportunities, healthcare, and education.
Sustainable and Energy-efficient Technology
The entire energy use and carbon footprint of communication networks are decreased because to PRIE's photonics chip, which uses less energy than conventional wireless communication methods. The technology's sustainability is further increased by the use of on-pole solar arrays to power the relay poles.
The photonics chip's durability and energy efficiency can decrease electronic waste by prolonging the life of communication equipment and infrastructure. Additionally, the use of 3D printed parts and recycled plastic poles in network infrastructure can support a circular economy strategy in the communication sector.
Job Creation and Workforce Development
The project by PRIE will create jobs in a number of industries, including engineering, manufacturing, installation, and IT. In the developing sector of photonics, the engagement with regional educational institutions will guarantee the availability of trained personnel and generate prospects for career advancement.
PRIE's optical wireless technology can enable new applications and advancements in a variety of industries, including transportation, healthcare, agriculture, and smart cities, by offering a flexible and high-performance communication platform.