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Nokia is showcasing several path breaking Industry 4.0 use cases at Gulf Information Technology Exhibition (GITEX) in Dubai World Trade Center from October 17 to October 21, 2021. Nokia solutions are designed to help enterprises realize their business goals by improving operational efficiency while gaining greater control over their infrastructure. The demos are in line with the UAE's Government's Vision 2021 to maximize the use of technology to build a more sustainable and progressive world.

The demonstrations, held at booth Z2-D10, feature the role of private wireless networks in gaining situational awareness by monitoring people, assets and vehicles. Nokia also showcases enhanced efficiencies possible with connected Automatic Guided Vehicle (AGV)/Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR). Nokia will also demonstrate the benefits, such as improved safety and security, with advanced automation in ports and utility digitalization. 

Nokia also showcases its private wireless solution developed primarily for utilities, mining and oil and gas industry verticals. The solution, including Private wireless, IP/MPLS, microwave, and Gigabit Passive Optical Networks (GPON) solutions, along with Nokia's 4G and 5G devices, are developed especially for critical communications in harsh environments. 

Besides Industry 4.0 solutions, Nokia demonstrates Integrated Operations Center (IOC), as part of its Smart Cities demo. IOC helps unify asset management, efficiently orchestrate operations and facilitate many use cases from smart waste management to public safety to city mobility.

Kamal Ballout, Head of Enterprise, Nokia MEA, said, "Our field-proven Industry 4.0 solutions are helping enterprises across the world to digitally transform themselves and gain a business edge by increasing productivity and reducing operational expenditure. GITEX is the biggest technology show in the region, and we are thrilled to participate in the show by demonstrating our technology solutions. Our innovative solutions are designed to address the problems faced by the businesses and prepare them for the future." 

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