Nokia network for the cycling track world championships

Nokia Solutions and Networks Singapore Pte Ltd

Friday, 28 January, 2022

Nokia network for the cycling track world championships

Nokia has become an official partner of the 2022 Tissot UCI Track World Championships being held near Paris in October. It will work with the French Cycling Federation to deploy a 5G private wireless network at the Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines National Velodrome.

The deployment will enable an immersive digital experience for fans plus enhance security and safety at the event. With 25,000 spectators expected over five days, the event provides a platform to showcase how 5G private wireless can meet the demands of thousands of people in an arena as they simultaneously access data and video over their devices. The private wireless network using mmWave for 5G will be deployed with the Nokia Modular Private Wireless (MPW) solution.

French Cycling Federation teams will benefit from video capture and real-time processing of data. Greater situational awareness and the ability to instantly share data and video will enhance maintenance and security efforts and ensure the smooth and safe running of the event. In addition, sports teams can benefit, as more wearable technology is connected, allowing them to access real-time health and performance data and video to help them better prepare for races.

Image credit: ©stock.adobe.com/au/Mike

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