Nokia’s latest 6G sensing technology aims to provide users with “situational awareness” of their surroundings.
On Friday, Nokia showcased multiple 6G and 5G technologies at the 2023 India Mobile Congress in New Delhi. The company presented a radar-like sensing technology using 6G connectivity, a private wireless network for Rapid Rail NCRTC, a 4G/LTE network on the Moon, and real-time extended reality multimedia technology, among other innovations, at the annual telecom technology forum.
Nokia Showcases 6G Sensing, Enhances Railway Network Safety
Nokia also demonstrated an intelligent factory management system based on the metaverse, incorporating artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), extended reality (XR), blockchain, and decentralized technology in its presentation.
The company revealed a novel 6G sensing technology designed to provide users with “situational awareness” of their surroundings. It allows users to see what’s around corners and interact with objects remotely without physical contact. Nokia claims this sensing technology safeguards user privacy, operates like radar, and detects people, objects, and their movements.
Nokia showcased a private wireless network for the National Capital Region Transport Corporation (NCRTC) Delhi to Meerut RRTS, which was developed in collaboration with the French multinational company Alstom. It’s the world’s first LTE/4.9G private wireless network with European Train Control System (ETCS) Level 2 signaling support. This enables authorities to monitor their real-time location and movement details, as per the company’s statement.
Innovations Unveiled by Nokia at 2023 India Mobile Congress
Nokia presented its Real-time extended Reality Multimedia (RXRM) software, with the aim of offering 360-degree video and audio capture solutions for industrial and commercial customers. This software is designed to enhance employee safety, boost productivity, and improve efficiency in enterprise settings.
Additionally, the company showcased SteadEband, a stabilized antenna technology that can extend E-band link distance by up to 50%, mitigating challenges like tower vibrations and material displacement due to thermal changes, which can impact E-band performance.
Nokia demonstrated DeepField Defender technology, designed to counter distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks using specialized network routers and DDoS mitigation systems. According to Nokia’s statement, this technology offers improved scalability, precise controls, more reliable detection, and cost-effectiveness.
Nokia showcased its metaverse-driven smart factory management system at the 2023 India Mobile Congress on Friday. This system employs emerging technologies like AI, ML, XR, blockchain, and decentralized networks to enhance factory operations, making them more efficient and interactive. The company’s goal is to reduce errors and defects in the manufacturing process.
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