Türk Telekom and Nokia Industry Test 4.0 at GSMA Portable World Congress24. 04. 2022 Sunday / By: Robert Denes / Industrial / Exact time: BST / Print this page
At the GSMA Portable World Congress, the world's largest portable technology event, Türk Telekom and Nokia Industry 4.0 conducted tests using 5G's low latency, high bandwidth, and high data rates to minimize failures in critical industrial applications and increase production.
The first of the experiments dealt with occupational safety processes based on artificial intelligence and image analysis. Another study compared a carrier automotive production line with autonomous portable robots, cooperating / cooperating robots, and 5G to a conventional production line.
Türk Telekom and Nokia Industry conducted 4.0 trials in a 5G-connected production environment at the GSMA Portable World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. At the congress, Türk Telekom and Nokia experimented with 5G’s low latency, high bandwidth, and high data rates to minimize errors in key industrial applications and increase production and efficiency.
In the experiment, a live environment connected to 5G was created using Nokia Digital Automation Cloud (NDAC) and Industrial Edge (MXIE) industrial portable network artifacts. Two live industrial 5G applications have been tested in this production environment. In the first trial, in the manufacturing area monitored by the new generation of camera systems with 5G infrastructure, visitors could see how safety violations were detected thanks to artificial intelligence-based image analysis. In the second trial, the participants; They had the opportunity to experience and compare a classic production line with the 5G-powered automotive production line, which includes carrier autonomous portable robots (AMR) and collaborative / collaborative robots (Cobot).
Ümit Önal, CEO of Türk Telekom, said: In addition to real-time image analysis and artificial intelligence technologies, 5G industrial network technology with ultra-low latency and high data speeds was used in the experiments, but we are also achieving important milestones for the global telecommunications division by developing, experiencing and introducing new technologies. We conducted successful Industry 4.0 trials with Nokia at the GSMA Portable World Congress, the world’s largest portable technology event. These experiments have shown how efficient 5G will be for segments with low latency, high bandwidth, and high data rates. Our experiments have shown live that the production limit supported by 5G is fast and high-performance and much more efficient and reliable than a traditional production line.”
Ozgur Erzincan, Nokia Country Manager for Turkey: “We are very excited about the successful presentation of Turk Telekom. At today’s level of global competitiveness, digital transformation and automation in the industry is a necessity rather than an opportunity. There is no doubt that Industry 4.0 will bring benefits to industry players such as efficiency, cost savings and job security. 5G technology is emerging as an infrastructure that allows Industry 4.0 to increase speed, mobility and low latency, as well as very high reliability and security. Nokia's Digital Automation Cloud (NDAC) and Industrial Edge (MXIE) solutions help organizations of all sizes and industries grow their business.”
At a test at the GSMA Portable World Congress, attention was also drawn to the consistency of AMR and cobot (collaborative / collaborative robots), which are designed to accelerate and make production reliable within the new generation of production constraints.
During the test, Nokia's industry-developed 5G network equipment, NDAC and MXIE, will meet mandatory low latency requirements for real-time coordination and synchronization of production operations. The 5G’s special wireless connectivity feature allows AMRs to access every corner of the factory area, contributing to a flexible factory system, making it easier to run production processes in dark factories.Via Link