There are currently about 282 million street lights in the world, and this number is expected to reach 338.9 million by 2025. Street lights account for approximately 40% of any given city’s electricity budget – which can amount to tens of millions of dollars for larger cities.
Across the globe, today’s cities are facing dramatic social, economic and environmental transformation. The number of urban residents continues to grow by nearly 60 million every year, putting increasing strain on already heavily pressurised resources and infrastructure.
In light of the news that Hewlett Packard Enterprise is now launching solutions designed to remove barriers for mass Internet of Things (IoT) adoption, Jeremy Cowan talked exclusively to Chris Kozup, vice president of Marketing, to understand Aruba’s strategy.
NEC Iberica, a wholly owned subsidiary of NEC Europe, launched a new version of its smart city product offering, the Cloud City Operation Centre (CCOC).
It’s funny how, to many, the term “Internet of Things” (IoT) initially conjured up images of everyday objects – “things” – becoming mildly self-aware and, well, chatty. Those advancing the industry couldn’t get away from the public idea of smart refrigerators querying half-empty cartons of milk, or lost left socks calling out plaintively for their mates.
Nokia and Hewlett Packard Enterprise have agreed to expand their collaboration on solutions for enterprise customers in the Internet of Things (IoT).
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has announced new innovations that help organisations rapidly, securely and cost-effectively deploy Internet of Things (IoT) devices in wide area, enterprise and industrial deployments.
Avnet, Inc, a global technology distributor, released an add-on module and reference design for its MicroZed™ Industrial IoT Kit, bringing Trusted Platform Module (TPM) security capabilities for platform integrity,
Oasis demonstrated the cellular connectivity solution made for mobile network operators (MNOs) and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) during the recent ARM TechCon show in Santa Clara, California. The solution is said to be based on the enhanced version of HeliOS Embedded SoftSIM product running on an ARM based chip.
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