IoT Smart Cities

Telensa a Streetlight Central Management System Maker Joins Smart Cities Council

Telensa of Santa Clara, California USA, reported that it has joined the Smart Cities Council, a consortium of smart city practitioners and experts. So far, the Smart Cities Council has more than 120 members who have contributed over 10,000 projects. Telensa joins the Council as a North America Lead Partner, …

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Terralux Changes Name to Sielo and Further Expands IoT-Connected Lighting Software

Terralux of Longmont, Colorado USA, has decided to focus on connected lighting and smart buildings. As part of this increased commitment to connected lighting and Internet of Things (IoT) applications, the company has taken the new name Sielo. The word “terra” the first portion of the companies original name in …

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Echelon Debuts InSight Technology for Smart Cities Using Lumewave by Echelon; Spokane to Get New InSight System

Echelon -- InSight system using Lumewave by Echelon installed atop traffic signal pole in Spokane, Washington

Echelon Corporation of Santa Clara, California, debuted a patent-pending cognitive vision-based technology for smart city and smart campus applications. Echelon InSight™ employs artificial intelligence in vision-enabled edge devices. The company developed InSight for the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications. On-Site Data Collection and Processing Requires Less Bandwidth InSight collects …

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AT&T Smart Cities and Dallas Innovation Alliance Launch IoT Living Lab Project

AT&T Smart Cities has launched the DIA Smart Cities Living Lab powered by AT&T (Living Lab) in the City of Dallas. The Living Lab is a multi-phased smart cities project. The Dallas Innovation Alliance (DIA) is spearheading the project in collaboration with AT&T and other technology partners in the public and private …

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AT&T and Current Team Up to Bring IoT to Cities

AT&T and Current, powered by GE have announced an exclusive agreement to team up to connect U.S. and Mexican cities to the Internet of Things (IoT). The partnership intends to improve the way cities communicate, operate, and meet the needs of citizens. Also, the latest deal between the two companies …

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