A new, more efficient digital railway is now possible, fuelled by breakthroughs in automation and analytics, but the most valuable innovations can’t run on today’s connectivity. They need private LTE and 5G, the networks that power Industry 4.0. Fai Lam, Head of Transportation Marketing at Nokia, explains more.
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