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In 2014, the government of Singapore launched its Smart Nation vision in which the authorities of the Asian nation stipulated the implementation of a number of smart city initiatives as …

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Ford smart city

As part of smart city initiatives, Ford will work to address air pollution and traffic congestion U.S. vehicle manufacturer Ford said it is working with cities around the world to …

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The road to 5G. Glenn Laxdal, CTO and head of strategy at Ericsson North America, hosted a session at this year’s AT&T Developers Conference titled “The Road to 5G,” where …

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5G smart city

Building on smart city project, Cisco will work with ICreate to explore the possibility to set up IoT hub in Gujarat. U.S. networking giant Cisco signed two agreements with the …

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Audi’s Traffic Light Information technology enables a car to communicate with traffic light infrastructure in select cities across the United States. The car receives real-time signal information from advanced traffic management systems that …

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Creating a connected city. Mississauga, Ontario, looked to Cisco Systems to help leverage the “internet of things” to improve services, reduce costs and drive efficiency with real-time data in the …

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The two firms said the joint IoT solutions will be commercially available in 2017. Nokia and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise announced a strategic collaboration on “internet of things” solutions targeting the enterprise …

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Audi’s Ingolstadt, Germany, factory is its largest and the second largest in Europe, producing 566,646 cars in 2015. It is where the auto manufacturer produces its A3, A4, A5, Q2 …

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A multi-step smart city initiative Milton Keynes was founded as a “new town” in 1967. In less than 50 years, it has grown to a population of more than 250,000, …

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2011 was a big year for Kansas City; that’s when Google Fiber, a subsidiary of Alphabet, selected the Midwest hub as the first U.S. metro area to build out a …

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