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BT supports LoRaWAN roll-out in London

Monday 19 December 2016 | 09:30 CET | News
BT has claimed the highest Internet of Things (IoT) base station in the world, at a height of 180 metres on the BT Tower in London. BT is supplying 25 of the 50 base stations for the LoRaWAN being rolled out by Digital Catapult and Everynet in London. Eighteen are in place, and the rest will be installed this financial year. The Things Connected network will be an open IoT testbed, free of charge for registered users across London. The network will be switched on in early 2017.

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