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Deliver an extraordinary 5G experience

“Deliver an extraordinary 5G experience” with Nokia in Hungary!
Demonstrate how 5G low latency makes a difference! Our 5G sales team invites you to submit the coolest 5G application/use cases to be deployed in Hungary.
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5G offers low latency for everybody!

One of the main features of 5G is the very low latency compared to other radio technologies.
It will bring a lot of benefits for a wide range of users in private and commercial surroundings.
But many people don’t know, what exactly is meant by "low latency".
This condition is maybe a blocking point in their mindset, which could be possible with 5G, which was not possible in former radio technologies before.
 

What are we looking for?

How to make 5G low latency visible and able to be experienced?
Nokia is looking for partners that can offer innovative applications/5G use cases proposals that are relevant to Hungary context and can be deployed locally.
The proposals can include devices and applications and should include preferably a prototype or commercially available solutions description.

The 5G use cases can be broadly separated into 3 major categories,

•    eMBB (enhanced Mobile Broadband)
•    mIoT (massive IoT)
•    URLLC (ultra-reliable low latency communications)

As such, we target 5G use cases around the following areas of, but not limited to, as follows: 

1.    Media and Entertainment
   

  VR360 Event Experience
   4/8K Video Broadcasting
   In-Bus Entertainment


2.    Industry 4.0


    Video Analytics – quality inspection
    Connected robotics
    Enhanced Maintenance/repair
   
3.   Smart Cities

    Retail VR
    Traffic Management
    Navigation AR

What’s in it for you?

Be of part of the Nokia 5G story and participate in pilots and commercial deployments with us and our Customers!

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How do I submit an answer/proposal?

  • To contribute to a challenge, first open the challenge page, and then click on the "start proposal" button on the right-hand-side. A new page will appear with different text fields to fill in and attachments to include. You can also link to an existing project you have previously created on the platform. Once you have finished, click on submit.
  • If you save as draft, your submission will not be completed and will not be submitted to the challenge owner.

 

What happens once I submit?

  • Once you have submitted your proposal, your ‘Challenge Submission Form’ becomes accessible by the creator or the challenge, who can see and edit your proposal. Through the challenge page, only the owner of the challenge can see the different proposals submitted against his/her challenge. It is up to the challenge owner to inform participants about decisions and potential next steps.
  • To note, when you save a submission as draft, it is not submitted to the challenge owner.

 

Who can see my proposal?

  • The owner of the challenge, the submission review committee, and the Open Ecosystem Network Administrator team are the only ones who can see your proposed ideas and solutions to the challenge.

 

What happens if my proposal is successful?

  • For each challenge, submission review and selection process is different and the responsibility of the challenge owner. If your project is selected, the owner of the challenge will come back to you with further guidance on the next steps.

 

What happens if it is unsuccessful?

  • For each challenge, submission review and selection process is different and the responsibility of the challenge owner. If your project is not shortlisted, the owner of the challenge will inform you using the messaging features of Open Ecosystem Network. Your proposed ideas will then be removed/deleted from challenge submissions.