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The eLTE smart grid solution is already commercially available in China Chinese vendor Huawei has released its wireless smart grid solution, dubbed the eLTE SmartGrid. The vendor said its new eLTE …

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Deep dive: The Internet of Energy: utilizing IoT technology to address risks and create a truly smarter grid Andres Carvallo, CEO & Founder, CMG, Co-author “The Advanced Smart Grid”, Series …

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Chinese wind turbine manufacturer Envision Energy is using an internet of things analytics platform to improve the efficiency of its wind turbines. The solution was provided by ParStream, a German …

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Deutsche Telekom white label portfolio now available in Slovakia, set for launch in Norway. Deutsche Telekom said its white label smart home offering is now available in Slovakia through Slovak Telecom, …

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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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Thingworx platform proves energy savings. Steam systems are one of the largest energy consumers in the United States, making up almost 15% of the country’s annual energy usage. There exist …

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New IoT solutions for age-old problems The increasing capabilities and awareness of the “internet of things” are providing more avenues for companies and organizations to keep the environment safe. Here are …

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The expense of water recycling The Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control Agency claims to operate the world’s largest water recycling facility designed for raw food crop irrigation, using 25 pumping …

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World’s most intelligent smart building Twenty-eight thousand sensors. That is how many it takes to create the world’s smartest, most environmentally friendly building: The Edge. An office building in Amsterdam …

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From dumpster to smart home AUSTIN–Jeff Wilson, CEO and founder of KASITA, moved from a modern, comfortable, 3,000 square-foot home to a 33 square-foot dumpster. His inspiration for the drastic, unconventional …

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