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Content from Qualcomm: 5G and IoT Technologies for Smart Cities
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The Internet of Things is creating new opportunities for cities beyond those currently underway. Fueled by the ubiquitous connectivity provided by 4G and upcoming 5G networks, new use cases and applications will completely reshape how cities are run - creating an urban environment that is safer, more productive and enjoyable. Qualcomm’s Raj Talluri and Ben Levine from MetroLab discuss the current and future technology landscape – and delve into how we can expect it will transform American cities big, medium and small.
The Internet of Things is creating new opportunities for cities beyond those currently underway. Fueled by the ubiquitous connectivity provided by 4G and upcoming 5G networks, new use cases and applications will completely reshape how cities are run - creating an urban environment that is safer, more productive and enjoyable. Qualcomm’s Raj Talluri and Ben Levine from MetroLab discuss the current and future technology landscape – and delve into how we can expect it will transform American cities big, medium and small.
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