Nokia Industrial is a product portfolio of user equipment designed for heavy use in demanding industries like mining, oil & gas, manufacturing, ports and warehousing. Most devices are ruggedized and have hardened enclosures and industrial grade components. There are form factors to address all needs related to machines, sensors and worker connectivity.
Nokia Industrial handhelds are portable devices used for human-to-human communication through voice, video and messaging. They have (touch) screens and some models have programmable buttons. They can be used indoors and outdoors.
Nokia Industrial workpads are portable devices used for human-to-human and human-to-machine communication through data entry, voice, video and messaging. They have larger (touch) screens than the handhelds and some models feature programmable buttons. They can be used indoors and outdoors.
Nokia Industrial fieldrouters are used for machine-to-machine communication over a private wireless Nokia network. They are connected to sensors etc through an ethernet port. There are models both for indoor and outdoor use.
Nokia Industrial dongles are used for machine-to-machine communication over a private wireless Nokia network. They are connected to sensors etc through a USB port, or an ethernet port. There are models both for indoor and outdoor use.
Fieldrouters connect over ethernet whereas indoor dongles connect over USB. Ruggedized dongles have both ethernet and USB ports.
Nokia Industrial hotspots utilize the private wireless network to provide WiFi for consumer devices.
Nokia Industrial accessories make it more convenient or efficient to use Nokia Industrial devices and include detached antennas, remote speaker microphones, headsets.
Nokia Private Wireless networks come with integrated Nokia Industrial device management to support zero-touch onboarding of Nokia Industrial user equipment. Our management tool is scalable to thousands of devices across the range of available form factors.
Devices that are used by people and have a screen, like smartphones, handhelds and workpads, are called smart devices. EMM stands for Enterprise Mobility Management. These devices can be managed by Nokia Industrial device management-EMM.
Devices, like fieldrouters, dongles and hotspots that connect machines are called IoT devices and they can be managed using Nokia Industrial device management-IoT.