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  • Telefónica is turning Spain into th...

    Telefónica is turning Spain into the European capital of smart cities

    - In Seville, Telefónica is going to help digitalise and transform the mode of operation in the cargo port - Since October 2014, Telefónica has been working in Logroño developing a control centre for public services, such as traffic, street lighting and the 010 citizen information helpline - The smart city project in Valencia is the first smart city platform awarded in Spain that is designed according to the specifications and standards laid out by the European Union’s Future Internet architecture - In Santander, services have been developed such as smart parking, environmental monitoring, smart irrigation, augmented reality, smart metering, and traffic intensity monitoring

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  • News key account for Telefónica: Wo...

    News key account for Telefónica: Worldwide location networking for LANXESS

    Telefónica has acquired another DAX company as new key account: The specialty chemicals company LANXESS will connect its locations in 29 countries using a so-called managed Wide Area Network (WAN). Its employees on five continents will use Telefónica’s worldwide IP for secure data exchange. The real-time information of the company’s central SAP software for management control, as well as access to the internal CRM system and the intranet, will also be provided worldwide via the high-performance Telefónica network.

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  • Telefónica and Geotab Partner to La...

    Telefónica and Geotab Partner to Launch M2M Plug-and-Play Fleet Management Solution

    - In Seville, Telefónica is going to help digitalise and transform the mode of operation in the cargo port - Since October 2014, Telefónica has been working in Logroño developing a control centre for public services, such as traffic, street lighting and the 010 citizen information helpline - The smart city project in Valencia is the first smart city platform awarded in Spain that is designed according to the specifications and standards laid out by the European Union’s Future Internet architecture - In Santander, services have been developed such as smart parking, environmental monitoring, smart irrigation, augmented reality, smart metering, and traffic intensity monitoring

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  • Telefónica wants to take “Smart Cit...

    Telefónica wants to take “Smart Cities” from buzzword to reality

    - Telefónica, through the creation of a smart cities global competence centre within the company, is dedicated to working with public institutions (town councils, regional governments) to make smart cities a reality. - The company already runs successful Smart Cities initiatives in various in Spain, Brazil and Chile - In 2020, between 60 and 70% of the global population will live in big cities, which requires local corporations and businesses to work together to change the lifestyle and work of the citizens

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