Nokia expands private wireless and industrial device portfolio

Nokia Solutions and Networks Singapore Pte Ltd

Friday, 27 May, 2022

Nokia expands private wireless and industrial device portfolio

Nokia is expanding its private wireless capabilities and portfolio of Nokia Industrial user equipment. The addition of wearable devices and digital twinning is intended to give manufacturers, mining, public safety agencies and other organisations more ways to securely connect people and machines, unlock the value of data and support demanding use cases.

A range of accessories from partner Savox — handheld remote speaker microphones, headsets with noise cancellation and helmet compatible headsets — will extend ways for workers to connect, while increasing situational awareness to enhance their safety. First responders, mining engineers and others working in harsh environments will be able to communicate without having to remove protective equipment and hear in noisy locations.

In addition to a wearable camera, with or without push-to-talk functionality, the Nokia Industrial 5G video camera supports low light performance and image quality. The video camera can be wirelessly connected to a private wireless 5G network and enables enterprise customers to benefit from real-time video analysis, face recognition and object detection.

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