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Deutsche Telekom partners with EK Automation, Konica Minolta, Endress+Hauser on 5G campus development

Tuesday 24 September 2019 | 11:27 CET | News
Telekom provides a structure for industry 4.0 at the campus by integrating existing technologies into 5G infrastructure. This can be used in the logistics sector, in particular for driverless transport systems (FTS), Augmented Reality and Industrial metering systems.   

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