Welcome To the T-Mobile PR and Engine-4
5G & NB-IoT Innovation Lab

We live in a world where everything is connected to a network. Now with the 5G networks, the doors are open to countless possibilities. In the T-Mobile / Engine-4 5G & NB-IoT Innovation Lab, we have an ecosystem for developers, enterprises, start-ups, and technology leaders working together for the development of new 5G powered technologies that will change the way we work, live, and play both now and in the future.


5G & NB-IoT Innovation Lab engages communities from business corporates, educational, and public sectors to focus on a 5G ecosystem development locally and globally.


The 5G &NB-IoT innovation lab is different. We focus on unifying the ecosystem that covers all aspects of 5G from devices, IoT, applications, cloud and agriculture. With this, corporate, technical and community partners, international carriers, media and entertainment, transportation, manufacturing and retail customers among others creates a community to explore all the capabilities and innovations of 5G.

Understanding 5G

The 5G networks are critical for enabling faster computation and analytics of massive amounts of data in the future. By enabling this, future 5G networks will  deliver access to business intelligence everywhere and anywhere. 5G will help accelerate the adoption of edge computing which will enable service providers to gather and process intelligence at the edge of the network, thus reducing latency and delivering a more robust user experience.


Technology in agriculture aim of improving the yield, efficiency, and profitability of the ecosystem.

Internet of Things

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of interrelated computing devices, mechanical and digital machines, objects, animals or people that are provided with unique identifiers and the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.

Digital Modeling Designs


The use of drones in agriculture is extremely important. Because we have a quick and accurate way to know the topography of each farm, we can analyze the elevation changes with the Lidar system, between photos and thermal videos that shows the heat of the terrain.

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