Groningen village to test 5G emergency buttons

Friday 3 July 2020 | 16:22 CET | News
Dozens of vulnerable residents in the Dutch municipality of Het Hogeland are testing an emergency button from Montr, a digital services provider based in the Hague. With a smart device and access to 5G, the testers will be able to call for help anytime and anywhere, even outdoors. The test is part of a 5G pilot being carried out within 5Groningen, a programme of the Economic Board Groningen.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: VodafoneZiggo
Countries: Netherlands
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