Nokia has said on Tuesday that they will are planning to start a robotics lab at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) for the purpose of researching on socially-relevant use cases based on 5G and upcoming new technologies.
Company official statement said, “Nokia Center of Excellence (CoE) for networked robotics will promote interdisciplinary research involving robotics, advanced communication technologies and artificial intelligence (AI) to develop socially relevant use cases in areas like emergency management, agriculture, and industrial automation.”
“Nokia has announced a collaboration with the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), the country’s leading institute and university for research and higher education in science and engineering, to establish the Nokia Centre of Excellence (CoE) for networked robotics,” they added further.
Notably, as per the company, the research center will encourage startups and also promote partnerships for carrying out research and development across different use cases.
“The Nokia CoE, a state-of-the-art network robotics laboratory, will be available to the IISc community and its ecosystem partners for advanced research projects involving designing next-generation networks and applications of Artificial Intelligence for solving pertinent social problems,” Nokia said.