Telia has launched a new service aiming to track the movement of people and vehicles by using anonymised network data.
NEC will provide infrastructure for a smart city project in Lisbon which will integrate a range of data sources to provide services across the city.
Elisa has joined a project aimed at making the Finnish city of Tampere "smart" through the use of mobile and fixed technology.
ZTE launched a smart parking system powered by NB-IoT that it says reduces congestion and boosts parking revenues.
Orange’s enterprise arm will provide a range of services and technologies to a flagship smart city development in Qatar.
Orange and Telefónica have co-founded a new ETSI specification group aimed at developing open and interoperable smart cities.
Deutsche Telekom is piloting a smart lighting service in the small German town of Monheim am Rhein, aimed at reducing energy consumption of the network by up to 70 percent.
KPN will underpin IT and communications for a new €90 million smart city initiative in the Netherlands, focused on connected vehicle and traffic solutions.
Smart city practitioners should be as open and transparent with data as possible in order to succeed, new research commissioned by Nokia has claimed.
Traffic data about the UK’s roads and mobile networks are to be combined to drive the development of the country's smart cities, and create a “one-stop shop for movement analytics”.
Vodafone Spain and Huawei have transformed Madrid into a "Tech City", rolling out LTE-Advanced networks, improved coverage in congested areas and set the groundwork for future NB-IoT networks.
Nokia has began work on a smart city project for Dubai's government security networks operator to enable emergency services support, e-government, transportation and healthcare.
The International Telecommunications Union has launched an online smart city community, aiming to break down barriers between the different verticals.
Poland has enhanced its smart city capabilities with a new microwave-based intelligent transport system (ITS) provided by Cambridge Broadband Networks (CBNL) and systems integrator VSAT System.
Commercial buildings will lead smart cities deployment in the near future, with 1.6 billion connections predicted to be in place next year, new research has claimed.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has revealed its plans for the wireless technology in 2016, claiming it will be twice as fast and boast four times the range without an increase in power consumption.
Sigfox will connect one million Glen Canyon smart meters to its IoT network and provide meter reading services to French utility company Sogedo.
IoT consortium HyperCat has opened a new accelerator programme in London to encourage the development of smart city technologies in the UK.
Testing has started on Bouygues Telecom's LoRa-based IoT network, with companies trialling smart parking and energy management services.
Vodafone’s vehicle diagnostic technology has been used in a smart parking trial in London.
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