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Nokia grows IoT Edge capabilities with MX Industrial Edge platform update

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Nokia MX Industrial Edge IoT Applications Asset Tracking Worker Safety

Explore Nokia’s latest innovation in the realm of business IoT with the unveiling of five new third-party applications for its MX Industrial Edge platform. These applications, leveraging the platform’s intelligence and connectivity, aim to enhance functionalities such as asset tracking, positioning, indoor navigation, and worker safety in industrial settings. Through partnerships with leading technology providers like Svarmony, Nordic ID, HERE, Portalify, and Secapp, Nokia addresses critical challenges faced by businesses, from optimizing asset utilization to ensuring employee safety. These cloud-based solutions streamline deployment and management processes, empowering corporations to maximize their data for improved efficiency. Stephan Litjens, VP of Nokia’s Enterprise Campus Edge Solutions, emphasizes the need for diverse IoT applications to tackle modern challenges across sectors, highlighting Nokia’s commitment to driving industry transformation. Witness Nokia’s evolution from a telecom giant to a leader in 5G and IoT solutions, epitomizing its dedication to advancing connectivity and scientific innovation for the modern age.

Nokia’s MX Industrial Edge Platform Enhancements

In order to improve business IoT functionalities in areas like asset tracking, positioning, inside navigation, and worker safety, Nokia has unveiled the addition of five new third-party applications to its MX Industrial Edge platform.

These new applications make use of the MX Industrial Edge’s built-in intelligence, low overhead, and strong connectivity to promote more efficient industrial operations. Nokia aims to address common problems like underoptimal asset use and insufficient inventory control by positioning these applications at the network’s edge, adjacent to industrial assets and personnel.

Two of the recently released applications are focused on using technologies like RFID and visible positioning systems to track and position business assets in real-time. While Svarmony’s physical defining application helps employees navigate challenging environments, Nordic ID offers a complete RFID solution for the digital identification and tracking of supply chain assets. For staff and vehicles, a different application from HERE provides accurate exterior GPS tracking.

Innovative Solutions for Worker Safety

Nokia has worked with Portalify and Secapp to develop brilliant solutions for single worker scenarios and effective emergency responses in the area of worker safety. When an alert is activated, the SmartView application from Portalify uses a variety of positioning technologies to identify employees ‘ locations and send this information to response teams. Currently, Secapp offers a safe video chat and messaging service designed for managing urgent incidents.

These IoT applications are being made available by Nokia as cloud-based solutions on the MX Industrial Edge, streamlining the deployment and management processes for business corporations looking to make the most of their data.

Nokia is convinced that these new applications will introduce significant new IoT use cases to clients in the manufacturing, logistics, and different operating sectors, along with the Edge platform’s computing power and wireless connectivity features.

According to Stephan Litjens, vice president of Nokia’s Enterprise Campus Edge Solutions, “organizations need a diverse suite of IoT applications to tackle serious challenges” due to the acceleration of modern transformation across sectors.

The smart Edge is used in the most recent additions to our Industrial Application Catalogue to increase productivity, safety, and emergency preparedness for business employees.

Nokia’s Commitment to IoT Innovation

One of latest expansions is Nokia’s foray into the IoT market. fFom has evolved from a major provider of telecom and mobile phone services to an industry leader in 5G and Wifi solutions. With a focus on connectivity and scientific advancements to drive industry transformation, this strategic pivot emphasizes the company’s adaptation to the modern age. The most recent example of Nokia’s commitment to bringing about the IoT transformation in the logistics sector is the expansion of its Digital Automation Cloud private wireless solution into many European nations. By demonstrating its dedication to utilizing modern technologies to improve business and operational efficiencies globally, this initiative more solidifies Nokia’s position in advancing the IoT direction.

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