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Nokia 5G Challenge for AR/VR use cases

Nokia is seeking to partner with start-ups to develop AR/VR use cases. You are invited to submit AR/VR projects. If selected, you will be invited to come to our campus to use Nokia’s 5G iFUN network, real low latency, high capacity 5G network & devices.
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The Nokia Paris-Saclay site is home to a wide range of highly qualified engineers.  Our teams can help you improve and finalize your innovations and test and experiment with new products and applications.
This is a unique opportunity to come and discover Nokia’s 5G experimental network - which offers a realistic, customer-like environment ideal for developing future innovations - and be inspired by our community of R&D experts.
iFUN is a low latency, large capacity 5G network.  Possible applications could include:
•    Training and education
•    Gaming
•    Hobbies & sports
•    Industry 4.0
•    Health care: training for health care professionals, use of immersive technologies in the care path, managing patient information
•    Marketing:  events, digital and social media campaigns or deployment of sales tools
•    Social impact projects: projects aimed at helping people become aware of humanitarian causes in the environmental, societal and political fields
•    Other

Compagnies submitting a proposal will be invited to present their solutions on April 11 in Nokia Paris Saclay (Nozay).

To better prepare this challenge, start-ups wishing to submit applications may request a 5G and iFUN presentation in Nokia Paris-Saclay before applying.  In this case contacts are: David Mignoton (david.mignoton@nokia.com) and Catherine Huguenin (catherine.huguenin@nokia.com)

 

 

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