How 4G/5G supports manufacturing digitalisation strategies

ABI Research & Nokia webinar on 27th October to cover research and analysis of over 1000 manufacturers on their digitalisation journeys with 4G & 5G

ABI Research together and Nokia will share research and analysis of more than 1000 manufacturers in this webinar. 

The analysis will cover: 

  • When should I consider upgrading to 4G or 5G networking to support my critical operations control network? 
  • What are the top use cases where 4G/5G can help me in my digitalisation plans?


Presenters include:

Ryan Martin

Research Director at ABI Research

Martin leads Industrial & Manufacturing research at ABI, including  Industry 4.0, digital transformation, and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).


Todd Nate

Head of Private Wireless Sales at Nokia

Todd has 25 years of experience in operational productivity/efficiency, business model flexibility and financial position, using leading edge technology.

The agenda:

  • How the pandemic has impacted digital transformation plans
  • Manufacturing industry top automation and connectivity investment areas in the near term
  • 4G/5G and private networking opportunity and challenges
  • Manufacturing industry 4G/5G deployments options

Register here

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