How 5G can be the wireless foundation for digitalization and boost productivity of Container Terminals and Ports
Sponsored by: Nokia
- Digital Transformation
- Port Industry
Date: 16 June
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
Recent technology developments have opened new horizons for the port industry. Smart Ports or Smart Port Terminals refers to the application of digital technologies such as machine learning, data analytics and advanced wireless communications technologies to the port ecosystem. The convergence of operational technology (OT) and physical assets of ports with information and communications technologies (ICT) is driving innovations and automation that increase operational efficiency.
Communications technologies, particularly wireless, play a key role in the digital transformation of terminal operations. Private wireless networks are key to unlocking new productivity gains. The strongest candidates for wireless communications of the future all-digital terminal are the 3GPP mobile technologies, LTE and 5G.
This webinar will present a digital transformation fabric with communications technologies based on LTE and 5G as a key enabler in making Smart Ports and Smart Port Terminals a reality.
Head of Maritime , Nokia
Matthias Jablonowski is Head of Maritime at Nokia and leads its ports program. Being intrigued by the opportunities of connected technologies and digital transformation, he works with port authorities and terminal operators on Port 4.0 and terminal automation projects as they embark on their smart ports journeys. Matthias has been instrumental in the expansion of Nokia into the Transportation industry.
Finance & Port Digitalization, Port of Oulu
Key Learning Objectives
- How LTE and 5G can overcome limitations of today’s wireless technologies
- How reliable and pervasive coverage in port area as well as new automation services can be enabled
- Details on 5G as an enabling technology
- Real life deployment examples and benefits being realized
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- Director Innovation
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- Automation Manager
- Transformation Manager
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