Wiltshire County Council Expands Telensa Deployment to 42,000 Smart Streetlights

Central Management System has paid for itself in reduced energy and maintenance costs and will provide a low-cost platform for future smart city applications Cambridge, UK – 29 October 2019 Telensa, the market leader in connected street lighting and Smart City applications, today announced that it has been selected by Wiltshire County Council to expand its PLANet intelligent street lighting system by an additional 7,000 lights across the county. The established deployment already controls 35,000 lights, and paid for itself in just six years through reduced energy and maintenance costs….

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Sandwell Council Selects Telensa to Provide Smart Streetlight Infrastructure

West Midlands Council’s 2030 vision includes connection of over 11,000 lights by 2022 Cambridge, UK 16th May 2019: Telensa, the world leader in smart street lighting and smart city applications, today announced that it has been selected by Sandwell Council to provide a smart street lighting solution as part of the region’s 2030 Vision Initiative. The Council plans to install nearly 4,000 lights by 2020, with the intention to increase this to over 11,000 by 2022, which will be wirelessly connected and managed using Telensa’s PLANet system. The Council is…

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Veea launches VeeaHub Smart Store™ designed for retail applications and solutions

New Hub Expands Internet Connectivity through a Single Device NEW YORK, NY & BATH, UK – December 17, 2018 Veea Inc., a leading edge company in smart products and applications, announced today the availability of VeeaHub Smart Store. The VeeaHub Smart Store is a complete hardware and software solution, replacing existing WiFi access points and other on-premise point solutions, through a single convergence device. The VeeaHub Smart Store is part of a series of edge connecting “smart” hubs which enhance internet connectivity in retail environments while providing a unified hybrid…

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Smart Cities Need Smart Solutions For Critical Communications And Security Says ETELM

Smart cities are on the rise around the world – an opportunity to integrate advanced Critical Communications infrastructures, says ETELM Director Berlin, Germany, 25 October 2017 – Safety must not be compromised when developing the smart cities of the future and Critical Communications is the true cornerstone to it, warns Paul Ward, International Sales Director of ETELM, a leading manufacturer of advanced Mission Critical Communications systems. Speaking at Broadband World Forum 2017, Ward put a focus on new and emerging technologies currently facing market testing, and stressed the importance of…

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