Ericsson to implement IoT system for Tyumen heating

Friday 22 July 2016 | 17:41 CET | News
Ericsson will start work on a project on the introduction of an IoT solution in the Tyumen region, reports Tdaily.ru. A project will be carried out in cooperation with Russian companies Centre 2M and Vzlyot. The IoT system will help monitor the heating network of the regional heating company Teplo Tyumeni. In the first stage, the E2E solution for monitoring of the heating distribution in the Tyumen region will be implemented. The system will help manage heating networks changing work regimes. In the later stage, the system will monitor heating consumption by 720,000 users.

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