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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailThe city of Darwin in Australia has appointed UK-based lighting-controls provider Telensa to connect and make-smart around 10,000 new LED street lights. Darwin is replacing 10,000 lights on its public …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailUK based smart-city firm Telensa will run compute and analytics on its new streetlight solutions to insights from raw data in real time and reduce the need for cloud support. …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailUK smart street lighting company Telensa has launched an open data platform for smart cities to collect, protect, and make use of urban data. The city of Cambridge in the …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailBack in August, Enterprise IoT Insights published a list of the biggest smart street-lighting deployments. It was an imperfect list, then, we acknowledged, and likely to be an iterative exercise …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailAhead of the release on November 5 of a major report by Enterprise IoT Insights into the state of the smart city market, entitled How to buy / sell a smart …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailOnly one smart city use case stands up to close scrutiny: smart street lighting. The business case for parking and garbage, the other functions in the holy trinity of smart …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailNote, this article was updated on December 6, 2018; to see the updated version, click here. News that the City of Chicago has already upgraded over 76,000 street lights to …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailUK firm Telensa will provide an intelligent street lighting system in a new smart city development, in the centre of Maroochydore, on Australia’s Sunshine Coast, which covers beach resorts and …

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FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailLEDs are lighting up smart cities across the world, and staring to porvide a platform for even smarter sensors and technologies. Street lighting is now the default entry point for …

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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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