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smart traffic

Smart traffic management systems will save cities $277 billion by 2025, by reducing traffic congestion. The figure is a rise of 55 percent on the 2021 savings forecast, of $178 …

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The number of industrial IoT connections will double in volume (up by 107 percent) in the next five years, going from 17.7 billion in 2020 to 36.8 billion in 2025; …

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5G MEC

Mobile network operators will have earned $8 billion, and counting, in brand new sales revenue from 5G-based IoT connections by 2025, according to new forecasts from Juniper Research. The firm …

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Juniper Research claims street lighting upgrades will deliver $15 billion in cumulative energy savings for cities in the period to 2023. These savings will be achieved both by converting lamps …

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IoT

Annual sales of fully autonomous vehicles (AVs) in the US will reach five million by 2026, according to a new study by Juniper Research. Juniper also expects a total of …

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smart cities

Mobility, public safety, healthcare and other connected services will save residents of smart cities 125 hours per year, study says A new study produced by Juniper Research and commissioned by …

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london smart city

Scotland’s major cities occupy the second and third position in the top 10 smart cities list London is considered as the smartest city across the U.K., according to a recent …

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orange mobile banking

New Juniper Research study projects more than 2 billion will use mobile banking by 2021;  banks are becoming concerned about competition from tech firms More than 2 billion mobile users will have …

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5G alliance

Deutsche Telekom and SK Telecom are expanding their 5G alliance to include more operators and vendors around the globe. Deutsche Telekom (DT) and SK Telecom announced they are expanding their …

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self-driving cars

Regulators and self-driving car manufacturers are facing a moral dilemma: should self-driving cars save passengers or pedestrians when they crash? A new study reveals how end users feel about the …

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