Nokia's Private Wireless Solution to Boost European Logistics

Nokia DAC PW Compact contributes to the digital transformation of industries by reducing energy consumption by up to 60%.

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Nokia announces the availability of Nokia DAC PW Compact for small- medium size businesses and the logistics industry in Europe. Following the launch in the United States last year, Nokia DAC PW Compact will help the logistics industry overcome connectivity and automation challenges in micro fulfillment centers (MFCs) and warehouses with new spectrum variants in Italy, Finland, France, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland and the United Kingdom.

“As digital transformation takes hold within a wider range of industries where security, scalability, productivity and efficiency are much needed, Nokia DAC PW Compact offers the capabilities of our mission-critical industrial edge (MXIE), simplifies Industrial Digitalization of small-medium size businesses and will help to accommodate the growing and changing needs of the logistics market in Europe," says Stephan Litjens, vice president of enterprise solutions at Nokia.

Key Takeaways:

  • Nokia DAC PW Compact provides reliable, secure and high-performance wireless connectivity for applications, devices and machines in MFCs, such as autonomous guided vehicles (AGVs), workers’ handhelds, machines, asset trackers and sensors. It is designed to meet the specific needs of the logistics market, which is undergoing a major transformation due to the rise of e-commerce and consumer demand which requires faster and more convenient delivery but is also applicable for other industrial small sites.
  • Nokia DAC PW Compact contributes to the digital transformation of industries by reducing energy consumption by up to 60% versus equivalent Wi-Fi deployments, as well as OPEX costs.
  • The solutions’ technology helps optimize goods-in/goods-out and any goods movements with seamless handover of AGVs between access points, latency reduction and can support many other use cases such as creating machines digital twins, feeding real time data to workers and accurate real-time asset tracking throughout the supply chain.
  • The solution can also be enhanced with MXIE capabilities to run on this on-prem edge application platform, many industrial digitalization applications supporting key segment use cases.