A challenge open to innovators around the world aiming to find the next big idea that will help make lives better.
The Nokia Open Innovation Challenge 2016, arranged in partnership with venture firm Nokia growth partners, is looking for futuristic technologies, the next big ideas and new business models in the Internet of things (IoT) domain.
The Nokia Open Innovation Challenge 2016 is a call for innovative ideas, technologies, or business models addressing opportunities in IoT scope. Nokia’s specifically looking for innovations in the provinces of connected automotive, public safety, security, industry 4.0, digital health, utilities and smart cities.
Nokia IoT solution at a glance:
- Nokia’s IoT portfolio brings a flexible, secure and scalable multi-tenant platform that is device-agnostic and helps operators and enterprise customers to rapidly develop, roll out and support new applications and business models.
- The Connectivity Management feature helps operators manage the rapidly growing number of connections from sensors and devices.
- Application Platforms let operators create customized IoT applications and services quickly and cost-effectively.
- Device management capabilities are designed for rapid, remote deployment of any device, sensor, meter, or module and Nokia supports all current IoT device management standards.
- Nokia’s IoT services provide the expertise to design, integrate and customize connectivity management platforms and application layers to cater to the specific needs of different verticals.
- The opportunity to enter the Nokia Innovation Accelerator Program to work with Nokia experts on creating joint business models while receiving a technology boost by accessing Nokia’s products, services and resources. In addition, a €100,000 incubation prize will be shared between the top three teams!
- Access to Nokia’s global market and the opportunity to form valuable partnerships.
- Investment opportunities.
The Nokia Open Innovation Challenge is open to innovators, startups or academia from around the world.
Applications close 15 August 2016.