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Partnership provides foundations for smart cities

Partnership provides foundations for smart cities

Echelon is partnering with Allied Telesis to deliver solutions for smart cities and smart buildings

Spark continues IoT deployment across New Zealand

Spark continues IoT deployment across New Zealand

Company has been testing the technology on trial sites for more than a year, with partners from a range of industries

Smart lampposts could save €2.1bn

Smart lampposts could save €2.1bn

EU smart cities programme Sharing Cities is pioneering the delivery of smart lampposts in six cities across Europe

Atlanta shines brightly

Atlanta shines brightly

Sensus is using the north-west metropolitan region of the city’s existing advanced metering infrastructure to offer smart lighting services

Lighting control aims to make cities smarter

Lighting control aims to make cities smarter

Echelon’s updated LumInsight connected outdoor lighting control system incorporates a new level of distributed intelligence

Landis+Gyr provides backbone for Conway’s smart city

Landis+Gyr provides backbone for Conway’s smart city

The Arkansas city is using the energy management company’s platform to bring intelligence to its utility services
Why the smart city could increasingly start at home

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Why the smart city could increasingly start at home

There are set to be almost 300 million smart homes installed around the world by 2022, according to a new report from ABI Research, and therefore smart home devices and services will play an increasingly important part in smart city programmes. We talked to the research report author, Jonathan Collins, Research Director at ABI Research, to find out more.

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