Nokia and Mobile Industrial Robots are harnessing 5G to power robots

Nokia Digital Automation Cloud (DAC) work block

Finnish telecommunications provider Nokia and manufacturer Mobile Industrial Robots (MIR) will demonstrate how manufacturers and warehouse operators can leverage 5G to perform tasks including real-time management of the industrial robot fleet at LogiMat in Germany.

Mobile Industrial Robots will use the Nokia Digital Automation Cloud (DAC) end-to-end industrial private wireless solution on its stand at the event in Stuttgart.

Its Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMR) will be connected to a private 5G wireless network using Nokia Industrial dongles, equipped with their own SIM cards.

Work instructions can be executed in real time using a private 5G wireless connection. Coverage ensures AMRs are connected when moving through large spaces such as warehouses.

“Our AMRs address a range of workflows that allow manufacturing, warehouse and distribution centers to automate time-consuming tasks. By working with Nokia, we can showcase the benefits of 5G to enable real-time fleet management,” comments Mobile Industrial Robots President Søren E. Nielsen.

“Nokia DAC enables industries to deploy private 4.9G/LTE and 5G wireless networks to digitally transform their operations,” added Jochen Apel, Corporate Vice President of Digital Industries at Nokia.

The Nokia DAC end-to-end platform offers a private 4G/LTE and 5G wireless network solution for businesses, including edge computing, radio access points and user equipment.

Private edge cloud capabilities ensure businesses can process massive amounts of video and data for real-time analysis and continuous process improvement.

Nokia DAC offers a web-based management portal to simplify device management. A range of applications are available to click and deploy to the edge from the Nokia DAC catalog.

Nokia and MiR will showcase these capabilities at the three-day LogiMat event in Stuttgart from May 31 to June 2, 2022 at MiR’s booth number EO70.

This first appeared in the CommsWire subscription newsletter on May 27, 2022.

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