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Slovak Telekom implements IoT parking navigation system in Trnava

Friday 22 September 2017 | 19:02 CET | News
Slovak Telekom has implemented a parking navigation for disabled people in the city Trnava. The system uses IoT sensors produced by Citiq. These are connected with free application ParkDots by Telekom's subsidiary, IT company PosAm. In cooperation with the TT-IT city company, occupancy sensors have been built into 31 parking spaces designated for disabled people, within the central city zone.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: PosAm / Slovak Telekom
Countries: Slovakia
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