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Hannover Messe 2019 to Showcase Nokia’s Second-Generation Factory in a Box

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Nokia, with its collaboration partners, is displaying its Box 2.0 — an ecosystem to assemble a ready-for-production factory within just a couple of hours — at the 5G arena at Hannover Messe 2019 in Hannover, Germany.

Box 2.0 is a container where Nokia is demonstrating how Industry 4.0 solutions can be brought to life in a matter of hours along with OTA connectivity.

Currently, factories cannot operate as standalone entities but need a dynamic input (of raw materials)-output (of finished goods) mechanism to function. Here is where global IoT comes in handy — to ensure data collection from the entire supply chain is made available and published. This, Nokia says, is the backbone of their Box 2.0 factory concept.

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Also, Nokia WING is ensuring that, globally, mobile network operators are able to provide a better IoT experience to their customers. The point is the collection of data from a global supply chain — irrespective of where the devices are installed.

Grant Marshall, VP Supply Network and Engineering at Nokia, said, “We could tell from the positive feedback we received on the Factory in a Box last year that there is a lot of potential for this concept in the manufacturing industry. This year, we have raised the bar again, and Factory in a Box 2.0 is now connected to the Nokia WING and has Nokia DAC on board, making it even more flexible, secure and efficient.”

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Nokia’s digital automation cloud fits every industrial environment and its 4G connectivity is optimized for time-sensitive applications and low-latency IoT. The combined platform will help enterprises in the following:

  • High-accuracy object positioning
  • Real-time video processing
  • Utilizing features such as local network slicing
  • Help in building Automated Guided Vehicles, analytics, and robotics

The new capabilities added to the 2.0 Factory in a box are Augmented Reality, 3D printing technology, and a modular production line concept.

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