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UK council uses smart streetlights to realise its 2030 Vision

UK council uses smart streetlights to realise its 2030 Vision

Sandwell Council in the West Midlands plans to install more than 11,000 wirelessly connected lights by 2022 and convert all of its streetlights to LED as part of the upgrade.

AT&T and  San José join forces to close digital divide

AT&T and San José join forces to close digital divide

IoT solutions will expand community wi-fi and smart city solutions will be used to address critical issues and help make San José one of the most innovative cities in Silicon Valley.

Smart cities need a smarter integration strategy

Smart cities need a smarter integration strategy

Russ Sharer, Vice President of Global Marketing and Business Development, Fulham, explains how streetlights can help with a smarter integration strategy.

Samsung and Telensa join forces for smart cities

Samsung and Telensa join forces for smart cities

The digital arm of the electronics company will collaborate with the smart lighting specialist on streetlighting and its Urban Data Project.

Australia's largest standalone smart lighting project announced

Australia's largest standalone smart lighting project announced

Transport Canberra and City Services is partnering with Itron and Vinci Energie to create an IIoT network to support smart city and energy services in the country’s capital city.

76 per cent say smart cities don’t exist – yet

76 per cent say smart cities don’t exist – yet

The majority of cities are still at a relatively early stage of their journey in terms of strategy and realising the benefits, according to new research by SmartCitiesWorld.

City of Darwin installs smart streetlighting

City of Darwin installs smart streetlighting

The capital of Australia’s Northern Territory is deploying 10,000 replacement LED lights which will be wirelessly connected and controlled by Telensa’s management system.
Innovative partnership powers Atlanta’s future

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Innovative partnership powers Atlanta’s future

A pioneering initiative between Georgia Power, the City of Atlanta and a cohort of partners is showing what’s next in smart cities and demonstrating the power of public-private partnerships.