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inteliLIGHT’s IoT streetlight control, part of the better future envisioned at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona

inteliLIGHT ®’s IoT streetlight control, part of the better future envisioned at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona Companies like CISCO, Ericsson and U-Blox are going to showcase and demonstrate inteliLIGHT’s street lighting control solution using NB-IoT & LTE-M mobile communications during the event, 26 February – 1 March 2018. Brasov, ROMANIA, [...]

February 20th, 2018|


Visitors to the City enjoy both attractions from morning well into the evening, and with the sun setting earlier and earlier with each passing winter day, the City of Philadelphia’s Streets Department wants to make sure these areas are well lit. So, MachineQ worked with the City to install inteliLIGHT®, a smart lighting solution that allows them to remotely control and manage the lights for the 2017 holiday season and into 2018.

December 21st, 2017|

GSMA view – Connecting Cities to a Smart Future

Although Mobile IoT technologies are still relatively new, the start-ups participating in the GSMA Mobile IoT Innovators Showcase are close to commercialising their solutions. Together with Deutsche Telekom, Flashnet has deployed its street lighting solution and some other NB-IoT-based applications in Patras in Greece, and for a pilot in Bonn, Germany. “For now we see the most interest in NB-IoT to come from Europe, and most probably the European NB-IoT based projects will be pioneers around the world, but we expect that with time interest will grow in the Middle East and in Asia as well,” says Orsolya Szallos-Kis, Sales Engineer at Flashnet.

November 24th, 2017|

Telekom’s whitepaper on NarrowBand IoT (NB-IoT) communication technology: technical capabilities, use cases and future expectations

"The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing our world. Companies and cities all over the world are equipping physical objects with software, sensors and connectivity to merge them into a global network, the IoT. As things are becoming able to collect and exchange data, they emerge into new ecosystems across processes, industries and countries, enabling new services or whole new business models. Well-known IoT use cases include smart metering, goods tracking and equipment monitoring."

November 21st, 2017|