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Nokia is testing 4G connection drones in Twente
The Finnish network company Nokia comes in Twente test the 4G connection drones for its Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Traffic Management System. Twente will soon open a testing center for drones, making it a place for the manufacturer to test drone systems.
Nokia and Space53 sign Monday an agreement for use of the drone airport ‘for testing Nokia’s safety systems for drones, reports the local newspaper TC Tubantia. The Finnish network company supplies to send drones of a 4G dongle and GPS for even larger distances as location data.
The Finnish manufacturer has been busy testing systems especially governments to monitor the airspace over cities on drones. This is done through a regular 4G network, but also on its own frequency. The connection also goes through 4G LTE technology.
Nokia will be the test site for drones regularly go afhuren to do the testing. The agreement involves an investment of several tons incurred in euros. The municipality of Enschede wrote earlier this year that Nokia had shown interest “partner” should be on using the drone airport. “Potential users of test and development center are both startups and established international companies. So Twente example, many SMEs high-tech companies, but also big players with key drone application development. In addition to the new tests applications based on existing RPAS, such as drones for fire or for T-Mobile, will also be developed entirely new RPAS. in addition to smaller players like Clear Flight Solutions, have parties like Nokia and PUCA (education) would be pronounced partner this new concept. “Viewing:-50
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