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euroindia November 28, 2021 0 Comments

By using open standards and APIs, Fiware Foundation and Open & Agile Smart Cities strive to enable companies and cities to share and reuse digital, data-driven solutions in a “seamless fashion”.   Fiware and OASC want to

euroindia November 28, 2021 0 Comments

Borås Stad is working with Extreme Networks and NetNordic to provide advanced connectivity and secure public wifi while simplifying network management for the IT team.   Borås Stad has deployed approximately 3,500 wi-fi access points   The

euroindia November 25, 2021 0 Comments

Ubiquity’s open-access model means the fibre is available to multiple tenants, including any local and national cable and internet service providers, as well as 5G wireless cell sites.   Ubiquity aims to increase speed of deployment of

euroindia November 25, 2021 0 Comments

Internet of medical things devices enable healthcare providers to use remote monitoring sensors and surgical robotics to improve patient care, staff productivity and operational efficiency.   Increased use of the IoMT represents growth of 131 per cent

euroindia November 22, 2021 0 Comments

Derq will enable intersection analytics systems at 37 intersections along Fremont Boulevard to provide ongoing analysis from traffic intersection video sources of multimodal conflicts using AI.   Software will be utilised to detect near-misses at intersections and

euroindia November 20, 2021 0 Comments

Built on Argaleo’s scalable digital twin platform, the Smart City Monitor provides insight into inner city visitor and traffic flows and also provides statistics in areas such as air quality.     Platform combines location and business

euroindia November 19, 2021 0 Comments

Smart glass, green roofs and the metaverse were among the technologies changing the face of urban development around the world, in a year that saw cities continue to reinvent and revitalise themselves in the face of the

euroindia November 15, 2021 0 Comments

New Zealand’s largest public transportation agency is optimising operations across its network with the Optibus cloud-based planning and scheduling platform.     Bus is the primary mode of public transportation in Auckland     Auckland Transport (AT),

euroindia November 15, 2021 0 Comments

The driverless tech specialist developed nuReality to understand how expressive behaviours by AVs, such as flashing lights, can aid in human-machine communication with pedestrians.     Virtual reality scenarios include deliberate sounds like exaggerated braking    

euroindia November 15, 2021 0 Comments

Genk is using Nokia’s Scene Analytics technology to capture and measure excessive noise levels on a commercial street in Genk, allowing authorities to quantify concerns of residents and visitors.   AI is being used to add intelligence

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