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Factory communications research partnership kicks off

Thursday 2 March 2017 | 15:37 CET | News
The German government-backed IC4F project has launched, bringing together 15 partners including T-Labs, Nokia and Alcatel to develop connected communications technology for factories. Running until mid-2020, the IC4F project aims to develop a toolkit for a connected industrial communications and computing infrastructure based on an open, cross-domain architecture, and supports modular add-ons for new applications and communications technologies.

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Categories: General
Companies: Alcatel / Deutsche Telekom / Nokia / Siemens
Countries: Germany
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