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​New York’s bus stops get smart IoT Technology

| January 20, 2016

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Billions of devices are expected to be connected to the Internet of Things (IoT) by 2020. Sensors receive and analyze data and communicate with the outside world to create smarter and more attractive environments, products and services. This transformation is described as bigger than before and after the advent of the Internet and Smartphones.

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Cities around the world have embraced the idea of connectedness. Now the New York City Department of Transportation (NYC DOT) is introducing a program to improve the dissemination of traffic information at New York City bus stops with the help of IoT technology from Fältcom.

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Solar cell-powered traffic information signs are equipped with Fältcom’s MIIPS platform, which receives real-time information via the Internet from a GPS-connected server on the buses, making it possible to tell riders how many stops away their bus is.

“We are proud that our technology is contributing to develop the dissemination of traffic information and facilitate travel in a metropolis like NYC. NYC DOT is a prestigious customer, one that means a great deal to our commitment to NYC and the USA. We will continue developing this solution together with NYC DOT, the traffic operators and the passengers for many years to come,” says Fältcom CEO Mikael Långström

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