Exploring solutions to support the new normal, Epson says it will “work with partners to help find solutions to societal issues”, alongside “participating in the Aizu Open Innovation (AOI) meeting through which it has begun collaborating with the University of Aizu.”
The term 'smart city' is a state of society rather than a state of technology - people should always come first. This does not appear to be the case in Australia.
Chinese automotive component manufacturer Wanxiang has partnered with global privacy-preserving computing network PlatON to co-develop the data infrastructure for China’s largest smart city project in Hangzhou, slated for completion by 2025.
Melbourne-based artificial intelligence solutions provider SenSen Networks has released an app named GeminEYE that it claims will, for the first time, provide services for a smart city on one's smartphone.
Telstra has announced "a major step forward in the development of the Internet of Things in Australia with the successful deployment of Narrowband technology in its IoT Network", with some of the details announced at CES 2018 in Las Vegas where iTWire was present.
Huawei is participating in the Smart City Expo World Congress 2017 (SCEWC) in Barcelona under the theme of “Leading New ICT, Creating a Smart City Nervous System”, highlighting how a Smart City can be like "a living organism that works seamlessly to continuously learn and enhance the city’s services".
IoT is the future, even if we worry it’s the Internet of hackable and crackable things, which standard will win – Sigfox, LoRaWAN, NB-IOT or something else?
The city of Makati in the Philippines has taken first steps towards becoming a smart city as planning gets underway for an optical fibre infrastructure project in the city.
CTIA Super Mobility is the biggest wireless, 4G, 5G, networking, smart cities and telco expo in the US, and next year will be even bigger.
NEC Corp, the Uni of Adelaide and NEC Australia have ‘agreed to collaborate on a Smart Cities project that will help accelerate smart, dynamic and sustainable cities.’
NICTA has signed a memorandum of understanding with Japan's Nomura Research Institute (NRI) to study the use of ICT in urban, industrial and social infrastructure, with a view to developing recommendations for research and commercial applications.
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