Nokia in pact with OIV to deliver 5G private network in Croatia

Nokia in pact with OIV to deliver 5G private network in Croatia

Nokia has joined hands with OIV, a provider of communications infrastructure in Croatia, to deliver a 5G private wireless network solution for AD Plastik’s automotive component manufacturing facility in Croatia.

The Nokia Digital Automation Cloud (DAC) application platform will enable low latency and secure, reliable 5G wireless connectivity for equipment, machinery, and a set of applications at AD Plastik's manufacturing campus in Zagreb, the vendor said in a press release.

It will replace and overcome the limitations of the existing Wi-Fi infrastructure to allow AD Plastik to implement new Industry 4.0 use-cases and enhance operational efficiency, the release added.

The 5G private wireless network solution offers capabilities beyond connectivity, such as local edge computing, video services, and a catalog of applications. The solution is comprising network equipment, a cloud-based operation monitoring system, and industrial connectors that ease standard and industry-specific protocol connectivity.

Michael Siegel, Director of Nokia Enterprise South-East Europe, said: “By implementing the Nokia DAC, AD Plastik will benefit from the highest reliability and lowest latency connectivity for all their operations, allowing the company to accelerate its digitalisation and industry 4.0 transformation for efficiency and flexibility.”

Andrej Skenderovic project manager at OIV Digital Signals and Networks, said, “OIV as a modern digital company is constantly looking for new solutions for existing and future clients. We see the Private 5G network as a key technology for further development in the next decade. That is why we launched this project with the aim of expanding the range of our services. In this technology, which is characterised not only by a large capacity of the network but also by many other possibilities, we see the potential to start the recovery and further development of the industry. We hope that with this project we will continue to be the provider of innovative services in our country.”

Marinko Dosen, president of AD Plastik Group, said, “Further digitalisation and automation of business in our industry is simply a necessity. Just as your chances on the market are significantly reduced if you produce vehicles that cannot be connected, you have to keep up with trends in the production of automotive components. Industry 4.0 is our reality, and we must be ready to continue its implementation. 5G technology, in addition to being a hundred times faster than the existing one, allows us to simultaneously connect smart and digital devices that we use every day in our production, which will be even more represented in the future. Simply put, at the moment it is the basis for connecting devices that will help us in the production and delivery processes, and for the future, we create the preconditions for building a modern, digital and promising company.”

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