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AT&T to test smart lighting products in Atlanta

Wednesday 1 February 2017 | 10:50 CET | News
AT&T's Smart Cities framework is being used during a smart lighting test launched in Atlanta with city authorities, Current, Georgia Power. Its platform serves as the foundation to add smart lighting products throughout the city. Current integrates products from GE into its platform and Georgia Power is a subsidiary of Southern Company. GE and Southern Company are members of the AT&T Smart Cities strategic alliance. The City of Atlanta and Georgia Power will pilot Current's new IoT sensor platform for cities and install 1,000 wirelessly controlled LED lights. As part of the smart cities

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Companies: GE
Countries: United States
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