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Brazilian electronic equipment manufacturer WEG is working with the Brazilian National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) and Finnish network vendor Nokia on parallel Industry 4.0 testbeds using public and private 5G networks …

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AWS

    Japanese ICT company Fujitsu announced a strategic collaboration agreement with Amazon Web Services (AWS), to accelerate the digital transformation of the mobility industry. The Japanese firm said that …

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Inseego will deploy its 5G solutions in Peachtree Corners, Georgia, a 500-acre smart city technology park equipped with real-world connected infrastructure. Inseego’s equipment will run on T-Mobile US’  Extended Range …

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Nokia has picked up a couple of other contracts for deployment of private cellular networks in the mining sector, it has said, with Russian palladium and nickel mining company Norilsk …

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Nokia is working with mobile operator Claro in Chile, a regional subsidiary of Mexican telecom group América Móvil, to equip South African mining company Gold Fields’ new Salares Norte mine …

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Danish pump manufacturer Grundfos has given an initial thumbs-up to private factory-based 5G, after six months’ working with Swedish vendor Ericsson and local operator TDC NET on a test network …

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Qualcomm C-V2X

Verizon has introduced a new ‘hyper-precise location’ (HPL) service that uses ‘real-time kinematics’ (RTK) to deliver satellite-based location with centimetre-level accuracy. The HPL service is available via Verizon’s ThingSpace’s IoT …

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French firms Atos, Dassault Systèmes, Groupe Renault, STMicroelectronics, and Thales have joined together to create a new ‘Software République’ to develop home-grown “sustainable mobility” solutions for cities, regions, and businesses, …

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It sounded, at the time, like a sci-fi vision of the future of manufacturing: that with a hyper-connected 5G factory, the only fixed assets will be the floors, walls and …

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Verizon and Honda are testing how new edge-based 5G could ensure reliable connectivity between road infrastructure, vehicles, and pedestrians. The pair are working at the University of Michigan’s Mcity, a …

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