Camp Nou, o lendário estádio do Barcelona, terá rede 5G para transmissões esportivas

BARCELONA — O estádio do Barcelona se tornou o primeiro da Europa a contar com cobertura 5G dedicada, para demonstrar o potencial da próxima geração da telefonia móvel. O projeto 5G Stadium: Realidade Imersiva em Esportes, desenvolvido em parceria do clube com o consórcio GSMA e a operadora Telefónica, abre portas para uma revolução nas transmissões das partidas, permitindo que espectadores acompanhem os lances como se estivessem em qualquer ponto do Camp Nou, tanto nas arquibancadas como dentro do campo.

Na demonstração, visitantes do Mobile World Congress puderam assistir, em tempo real, a um treino da equipe principal do clube e a um tour virtual no estádio. Com a rede 5G será possível instalar câmeras de 360 graus, sem fio, espalhadas pelo Camp Nou para que os torcedores tenham uma experiência imersiva de qualquer lugar do planeta. Com um óculos de realidade virtual, os espectadores poderão acompanhar os jogos, em tempo real, como se estivessem na beira do campo, no banco de reservas ou nas tradicionais arquibancadas.

— Assistir ao vivo uma partida de futebol de primeiro nível mundial é um privilégio que nem todos podem desfrutar — afirmou Emilio Gayo, presidente da Telefónica Espanha. — Este projeto nos permite sonhar em oferecer a todos os nossos clientes a possibilidade de viver eventos esportivos desta magnitude.

Nos últimos anos, as transmissões de eventos esportivos melhoraram de forma significativa com o uso de novas tecnologias, como os drones para imagens aéreas. Com o 5G, que oferece maior largura de banda e menor latência, será possível instalar ainda mais câmeras, incluindo as de 360 graus e de altíssima resolução, sem a limitação do cabeamento. A nova rede permite o upload em velocidades de até 200 Mbps, para vídeos 360 graus em 4K.

— O piloto 5G Stadiu: Realidade Imersiva em Esportes é mais uma prova de que a indústria de tecnologia está se diversificando para novos setores, sendo cada dia mais relevante — afirmou John Hoffman, diretor executivo do consórcio GSMA. — Com a realidade imersiva, as novas gerações vão experimentar os esportes de forma diferente com a oferta aos torcedores de acesso sem precedentes, com momentos únicos ao poder customizar a experiência a partir de qualquer ângulo, em 360 graus.

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Visitors attend the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona on February 25, 2019. – Phone makers will focus on foldable screens and the introduction of blazing fast 5G wireless networks at the world’s biggest mobile fair starting February 25 in Spain as they try to reverse a decline in sales of smartphones. (Photo by Josep LAGO / AFP) | JOSEP LAGO / AFP
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Para o presidente do Barcelona, Josep Maria Bartomeu, é um “grande orgulho que o Camp Nou seja o primeiro estádio de futebol com cobertura 5G interna”.

— Graças ao acordo entre o Barcelona e o GSAM, com participação da Telefónica, colocamos o Camp Nou como um laboratório de inovação à disposição da tecnologia mais avançada em telefonia móvel, o 5G — celebrou Bartomeu.

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