Nokia shows the potential of 5G networks to the Mexican industry

28. 07. 2022 Thursday / By: Robert Denes / Industrial / Exact time: BST / Print this page

N okia will showcase the potential of 5G networks in commercial buildings and industry at Industrial Transformation Mexico 2022, October 5-7.

In addition to providing users with mobile devices, Nokia also offers solutions for building 4G and 5G wireless networks for Industry 4.0 and smart cities. This year, for the second year in a row, the company will be presenting at Industrial Transformation Mexico 2022, where it will showcase the potential of its 5G network solutions for commercial buildings and industrial use cases.

5G networks have infrastructure applications, such as in smart stadiums, where they can offer augmented reality or virtual reality to event attendees. It guarantees an immersive experience for 360° viewers and enables efficient connection even in crowded places. While trying to encourage these uses, Nokia supports the use of industrial 5G to consolidate Industries 4.0.

In an interview with Cuatro Cero, Nokia product marketing manager David Nowoswiat acknowledged the importance of the Mexican and Brazilian markets for the company at the Hannover Messe event in Germany. For this reason, Nokia expressed its interest in establishing new business networks by participating in the Mexican and Latin American exhibitions of the world's most important industrial fair.

At the end of November 2021, Nokia expanded its test lab in Guadalajara, Jalisco. Focused primarily on testing Nokia hardware for 4G and 5G networks, this lab tries to test use cases. We look forward to seeing some of the results at the Nokia booth at Industrial Transformation Mexico on October 5-7 in León, Guanajuato.

Atos automotive market leader Matthias Bohmer spoke at the Hannover Messe event in Germany about the two main use cases of Nokia's 5G networks. He explained that, on the one hand, Nokia's software is the basis for the operation of its autonomous vehicles, as it enables the processing of a large amount of information, which is the key to autonomy.

In addition, he said that his plant in Germany is generating more and more data, which they need to manage and analyze in real time. It was possible to integrate the diversity of equipment and machines operating at the same time and to have relevant and significant data collection. He explained that Nokia's infrastructure and business applications enabled them to overcome this challenge.

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