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Automation, Industry 4.0

Cellular Connectivity Solution
Cellular Connectivity Solution

Ericsson Industry Connect is a cellular connectivity solution designed by Ericsson and adopted by IT and OT professionals in factories and warehouses using a 4G/LTE connection as a basis for 5G. It is an easy-to-use solution that aims to accelerate Industry 4.0 through wireless connectivity encompassing high device density and predictable latency.


A solution to help companies accelerate their automation and operational efficiency


Through industrial-grade wireless connectivity, it allows Industry 4.0 use cases such as digital twin inspection (with a huge quantity of sensors), mobility for human machine interface (HMI), collision avoidance and remote control for autonomous guided vehicles (AGVs), and collaborative robotics for automated operations. 

Posted on April 12, 2019 - (391 views)
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Isafjordsgatan 16
16481 Kista-Stockholm - Sweden
+46-8-7574700
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