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OpenLAB facilities in Brazil: a partnership between Nokia and the National Service for Industrial Training to foster Education to Industry 4.0

Osvaldo Di Campli
President of Latin America Region, Nokia
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Fourth Industrial Revolution

Osvaldo Di Campli
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