Nokia to power 5G Arena for Deutsche Messe using Qualcomm Technologies mobile test devices

Nokia will showcase future industrial applications running over a live 5G network at Hannover Messe, from April 1st to April 5th.

kathrinbuvac800“The fourth industrial revolution promises massive gains in productivity, disruptive customer experiences, and new business models,” said Kathrin Buvac, President of Nokia Enterprise and Chief Strategy Officer. 

“Next generation networks, including 5G, will enable this industrial transformation and beyond with network reliability, capacity and low-latency features. “

Nokia said the 5G Arena in Hall 16 will be powered by a its 5G network, “providing reliable wireless connectivity for several leading industry players to present their visionary 5G demonstrations to a large audience at the world’s biggest industrial trade show.”

“The showcases will use Qualcomm mobile test devices to connect while industrial campus networks based on existing LTE or new 5G technologies will provide reliable wireless connectivity to enable digitalization and innovative applications in the wake of the 4th Industrial Revolution,” it added. “The world is looking at Germany as the first country to allocate spectrum for private 4G/LTE and 5G campus networks directly to enterprises. “

 Showcases in the 5G Arena include:

  • Bosch Rexroth – a human machine interface with 5G-enabled emergency stop capabilities
  • Festo – predictive maintenance based on 5G-collected data sets
  • Götting – an automated guided vehicle (AGV) with live video streaming over 5G
  • Phoenix Contact – replacing industrial Ethernet with 5G for process control
  • Siemens – asset analytics in the cloud with various data points collected via 5G
  • Weidmüller – an energy monitoring solution of the welding process in car manufacturing at Volkswagen
  • Zeiss – a 5G-connected process quality control system for the automotive industry


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