- The studio will have a local team from AT&T and Nokia to help customers with various solutions
- The companies plan to connect with schools, universities and European technology ecosystem with the studio
According to a report by lightreading, AT&T and Nokia have partnered to open an Internet of Things (IoT) Innovation studio in Munich to support the growing global adoption of current and next-generation IoT solutions. The studio will work on areas like connected cars, video analytics, future 5G-enabled applications as per the companies. The full set of projects and events for the studio are already set up for the first half of next year.
The studio will also allow companies to see first-hand how IoT solutions can solve global business problems says the report. The companies can experience how technology can improve asset management and tracking.
Local team from AT&T and Nokia
The companies can also learn about the latest technology in connected cars as per the report. It will also give businesses opportunity to meet with experts and collaborate to solve global business challenges. The studio will have a local team from AT&T and Nokia to help customers with solutions to improve operations, provide better data analytics and reduce business costs.
The report says the studio will also act as a hub for innovators. The companies aim to form associations with schools, universities and European technology ecosystem to generate idea for IoT applications for future use in industries and different sectors.