Nokia Uses Metaverse To Connect Remote Breweries

A manufacturer of consumer mobile devices, Nokia has been looking for ways to use the metaverse to aid remotely-located workers by pivoting into developing technology and equipment that “delivers the internet.”. Nokia’s global chief strategy and technology officer Nishant Batra told the World Economic Forum (WEF) that the Metaverse will have the biggest immediate impact on industries, rather than the consumer market. Using the Augmented Reality (AR), researchers from a brewery tech lab at the University of Technology Sydney have been working alongside with researchers from a twin facility at Dortmund University in Germany. Meanwhile, in South Australia, Joyce said Nokia has been using the metaverse to potentially assist Cessna aircraft technicians at remote airports.

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