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smart city tianjin china

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailABI Research said most of the projects are related to smart lighting, meters, buildings and transportation The governments in China, Japan, and South Korea are currently leading the deployment of …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailClothing retailer looks for lighting savings at distribution center. We have all seen a pair of jeans with an eagle stitched in them, or at least seen that iconic Americana logo …

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smart city

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail2011 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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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailA LoRaWAN test town for Hungary Szada is a small town on the outskirts of Budapest, Hungary, with a population of around 5,000. Its economy has relied on agriculture for …

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philip's smart lighting

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPhilips will work with Xiaomi to develop smart lighting for the device-maker’s smart home platform   Philips Lighting aims to expand its presence in the Chinese market through a joint …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailExploring smart city IoT technologies and deployments Schenectady, N.Y. is one of many cities across the country seeking to improve its operations and efficiency through internet of things deployments. With a population …

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Australian

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe alliance includes internet of things players, corporations and government An alliance of internet of things (IoT) industry players, corporations and government, has officially launched Hypercat Australia as a technology …

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Li-Fi

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailLi-Fi works like Wi-Fi, but relies on optical data transmission Velmenni, an Estonia-based tech startup, is conducting trials of Li-Fi in commercial and industrial settings, and according to reports has achieved …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailTelensa, a Plextek company, focuses on “Internet of Things” connected via ultra narrowband technology. Eighteen years ago, this technology was developed to track stolen vehicles and used by companies such as LoJack …

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