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Brazil postpones vehicle IoT project by half a year

Friday 19 June 2015 | 13:50 CET | News
The implementation of Brazil's first major Internet of Things project has been postponed again, reports Convergencia Digital. The National System for Automatic Vehicle Identification (SINIAV) will not start on June 30 as scheduled earlier, and the Ministry of Cities has now postponed it to 01 January 2016. The initiative plans to install tags in some 50 million cars nationwide.

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