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Toyokeiki, KDDI to develop smart gas meters using cellular LPWA platform

Tuesday 13 February 2018 | 05:44 CET | News
Toyokeiki and KDDI have agreed to jointly use cellular LPWA (LTE-M) IoT services to upgrade LP gas metering and other utilities services. KDDI and Toyokeiki will work together to build a new platform for LP gas companies. The work will include development of smart gas meters and new utilities services.

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Categories: Internet / IT
Companies: KDDI
Countries: Japan
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