Nokia Network & Wireless Cards Driver

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Nokia Drone Networks, powered by the Nokia Digital Automation Cloud, is an end-to-end solution comprising Nokia drones, private and secure mobile broadband, cloud connectivity, and a control center. The solution enables a fleet of drones to fly on automated individual missions steered from the command and control center, collecting data and information to meet business needs related to security and transport for example, and to facilitate operations in mission critical situations, like in public safety. The drones are connected over a private, high capacity mobile broadband network, ensuring they remain unaffected by congestion in the public network and may also be operated manually if needed.

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Nokia drones can be equipped or enhanced in many ways – such as with the addition of cameras or sensors. The Nokia dual camera gimbal has mounted HD video and thermal video cameras. The drone can also be equipped with a mounted still camera, as well as loud speakers, search lights, customizable sensors for smoke, motion, radiation, and more.

Adoption of aerial drones and drone technology is growing in select industries like agriculture, construction, mining, public safety and first responders, oil & gas, telecommunications and utilities. Typical use cases include drone missions, data communication, embedded Push-To-Talk, tactical bubbles in vehicles, vessels and helicopters, and anywhere an instant network and services are needed in isolated mode.

When you tailor the application framework with our Nokia Drone Networks solution, you can expect:

  • End-to-end solution
    The complete solution comprises Nokia drones and optional equipment, private and secure mobile broadband, cloud connectivity, a Command & Control center and an optional docking station
  • Customized to your needs
    Nokia drones can be equipped or enhanced in many way – such as with cameras, loudspeakers, search lights, customizable sensors for smoke, motion, radiation, as well as with applications and analytics.
  • Drones for different mission
    You can automate multiple drones for various individual missions. Fleets of drones can efficiently cover large areas collecting data and information in the event of unplanned emergencies, or as part of scheduled flights for specific industrial needs.
  • Safe and seamless connectivity
    Powered by the Nokia Digital Automation Cloud, our drones are connected by private, secure and high-capacity mobile broadband. This high performance and low latency connection will provide an optimized coverage for the drones and enable secure information processing in our compact, ultra-scalable edge cloud platform.
  • Aerial insight
    ​High definition and/or thermal video streams can be provided with/without analytics​. Data is collected and analyzed on-board or in the control center and turned into meaningful information
  • Security
    Thanks to the high performance and low latency connection, any sensor information from the drones can be securely and confidentially transferred or processed in the ultra-scalable edge cloud.

Nokia Drone Networks solution for public safety and industries

Nokia Saving Lives

Nokia Saving Lives (NSL) is an award-winning innovation and non-profit initiative based on our Nokia Drone Networks solution...

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combining private wireless network technology with drone applications and enhancements, such as real-time, high-definition video and infrared cameras to help emergency-response personnel find and rescue people in distress.

Nokia Saving Lives is a testament to Nokia's commitment to the UN Sustainable Development goals and highlights how dedicated industry collaboration can truly leverage technology for humanitarian benefit.

During the UAE Drones for Good Award event in Dubai in February 2017, the Nokia Saving Lives project demonstrated how a fleet of drones flying in formation can efficiently search for people in a disaster area, winning first prize in the International Drones category.

Philippine Red Cross has collaborated with Nokia to employ the Nokia Saving Lives solution to aid disaster response activities along with mobile operator Smart Communications. The inaugural event showcased how the solution effectively supports Red Cross emergency operations with a high-capacity mobile broadband network combined with drones and on-site computing power. The solution is now incorporated into the Philippine Red Cross toolkit for demanding search and rescue activities.

Safety and security

A fleet of drones can efficiently cover large areas to provide real-time monitoring of factory premises, industrial campuses or border areas to increase safety and security.

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Ad hoc drone fleet flights can be equipped with thermal sensors, cameras and loud speakers and programmed for use by search & rescue teams. The Nokia Drone Network solution provides mapping and route guidance on a user-friendly command and control interface, to help guide rescue personnel in areas hit by natural disaster. The solution enables local and remote control of drones to be used by police for patrolling streets and monitoring the environment for criminal activities. Drones are a cost efficient and more advanced solution than helicopters for emergency operations.

Supported by Nokia’s market-leading radio technology, the drones are connected over an optimized Nokia private wireless network with an edge-hosted packet core. The connection is prioritized continuously and is unaffected by congestion in the public network - which is essential for mission critical communications.

Industry and construction

The potential for connected drones in the inspection and monitoring of industries and construction is remarkable. Data collected...

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and analyzed through drones can be used for improving safety and security when inspecting construction sites, production facilities, railroads, roads, pipelines, air cables, radio towers, agriculture, etc. Likewise, data can be analyzed to measure construction progress, maintenance needs and early detection of dangerous situations. Critical safety inspections can be conducted cost efficiently with drones, and they can help evaluate the construction quality and progress of buildings, bridges and roads with remote tracking using real-time surveillance with different types of cameras and insight gained from advanced video analytics.

Fire monitoring

The Nokia Drone Networks solution is designed to be easy to use with a modular structure and high quality, durable hardware.

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The drone’s simple plug & play interface allows you to quickly change equipment in emergency situations. Nokia drones withstand high temperatures and can therefore be used for fire monitoring in areas where helicopters cannot be used. The dual camera gimbal provides HD-video streaming, which improves the situational awareness and supports resource planning, risk evaluation and quick decision making. The video stream provides precise and comprehensive aerial insight on damage inspection, while sensors can alert for gas leakages or presence of hazardous gases

Smart City

Customize the Nokia Drone Networks solution easily with specialized sensors for measuring environmental or water quality; and thermal cameras for detection of oil or steam leakages.

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Traffic monitoring and analytics through video surveillance help police to enforce traffic laws and detect accidents easily. Real-time data can improve traffic management and alleviate traffic congestion.

A fast and robust handover mechanism in the cloud enables Nokia drones to cover long distances, making the drone solution ideal for cost effective point-to-point delivery of packages.

Transportation

Equipped with state-of-the-art real-time video streaming capability. The Nokia Drone Network solution provides a consolidated situational overview, live video footage and insight based on enhanced video analytics for traffic monitoring. It also has high capacity to store video data for future use and back-end processing.

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Real-time drone video monitoring along with Nokia Drone Networks command and control analytics can support port operators with improved situational awareness for effective traffic management, increased safety and overall efficiency. For example, specialized sensors on drones can help detect the usage of banned fuel types used by vessels already when they approach harbors.

Portable private mobile network

Connectivity to ensure reliable and secure broadband data and voice communication to drones, their equipment and to rescue team members

Nokia drones & equipment

A fleet of drones on autonomous missions to ensure high accuracy and extensive reach in less time and with minimal human interaction, all connected via the mobile broadband network. The drones can be equipped with different types of cameras, sensors, loudspeakers or be used to carry first aid kits.

A portable control & data center

A high performance control center for mission management, computing and storage of immediate local video and sensor data analysis to aid in prioritization of rescue activities.

Nokia drone with 4G connected loudspeaker or cameras for public safety support

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(Bloomberg) -- Nokia Oyj said it expects the margin for its networking business to be zero next year as it develops more competitive products for fifth generation wireless technology.

Nokia Network & Wireless Cards Driver

“We are now putting so much money in R&D that we are sacrificing a little bit of the short-term profitability to get to where we want to be in the long term,” Chief Executive Officer Pekka Lundmark said in an interview on Wednesday after Nokia unveiled more details about its strategic overhaul. Still, “we are only taking contracts that make commercial sense,” he said.

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The Finnish company has increased its research and development budget for 5G by 40% since January 2019, Lundmark said.

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Pekka Lundmark

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Lundmark, who took over as CEO in August, is driving a reorganization at the telecommunications gear maker as the roll out of 5G networks gathers speed. The company said its overall outlook for next year is unchanged and it expects a margin, excluding some items such as restructuring costs, for the entire business of 7% to 10% in 2021.

The break-even margin implies that the “Mobile Networks’ present status seems worse than feared,” analyst Daniel Djurberg at Svenska Handelsbanken AB wrote, even as Nokia seeks “a significant improvement over the longer term” for the unit. Djurberg said he had expected a low single-digit margin.

The company has been losing out on contracts for carriers’ 5G build outs, including missing a deal to provide the technology to Verizon Communications Inc. earlier this year after the U.S. carrier chose Samsung Electronics Co.


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After spending years digesting the $18 billion deal for Alcatel Lucent, Nokia was late to produce its own 5G chipsets, forcing it to buy more expensive alternatives and eating into the resources left over to invest in development. It will probably take until 2022 to fully replace the more expensive generation of chipsets with Nokia’s own system-on-a-chip, Lundmark said.

A growing ban on Huawei Technologies Ltd. may provide Nokia’s new CEO an opening to take market share. A trade war between the U.S. and China has contributed to many American allies prohibiting the Shenzhen-based network gear maker from providing technology for their phone networks.

In addition to the traditional network gear, the company will develop its products for so-called Open RAN, a type of architecture that allows operators to use equipment from multiple vendors, and virtual RAN, which can be run as software on generic hardware.

“Customers are using a best-of-breed approach to build these networks, selecting network elements from multiple individual vendors who are able to offer the best performance per total cost of ownership,” Lundmark said in the statement. “Nokia is aiming to be the technology leader in the areas it chooses to play in.”

Nokia will provide more details on its strategy via a webcast at 3 p.m. on Wednesday in Helsinki, and has planned a Capital Markets Day on March 18.

(Updates with CEO comments from second paragraph, analyst in fifth)

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