At Smart City Expo World Congress, the international event on smart cities, Guangdong Rongwen Energy Technology Group (Rongwen) and Silver Spring Networks, Inc. announced their selection to connect smart LED street lights in Guangzhou, China.
Today at the IES street & area lighting conference, Silver Spring Networks, Inc. announced that Acuity Brands, Inc., through its subsidiary Acuity Brands Lighting, Inc., is a new technology and channel partner. Acuity Brands’ field sales organisation will deliver Silver Spring’s technology for smart street lights and smart city services
Telensa, global provider of connected street lighting and Smart City applications, announced that it is moving its manufacturing back to the UK. After a strategic review of facilities across the world, the company selected the Sony UK Technology Centre in Pencoed, Wales.
Nevis Technologies has announced that it has issued more than 100,000 Bramble smartcards to travellers on the Glasgow Subway. These are designed to securely store tickets and travel data for pay-as-you-go journeys.
Danish regional energy and fiber broadband provider EnergiMidt signed an agreement with Swiss technology company Paradox Engineering SA to develop innovative smart city networks and provide advanced services to the public sector and private business customers in Denmark. The two companies have already been collaborating on a pilot smart lighting and smart parking project for the community [...]
Despite the overwhelming evidence of the benefits of digital health over the traditional analog services, we have seen significant barriers to adoption that have resulted in what I refer to as the Ten Paradoxes of Digital Health. This article will address the Money Paradox.