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Manchester wins UK govt IoT competition

Monday 7 December 2015 | 10:49 CET | News
The CityVerve Project in Manchester has won a GBP 10 million UK government-led technology competition. The project aims to test better services using the Internet of Things (IoT) technology. It includes plans for talkative bus stops, which let bus operators know when commuters are waiting, and a network of sensors in parks and along commuter routes to encourage people to do more physical activity. The CityVerve project one from a total of 22 entries involving 34 cities. It will demonstrate applications of IoT technologies and services in four key areas: healthcare; transport; energy and

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