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Toyota to build prototype smart city at Mount Fuji

Toyota plans to build a prototype city of the future on a 175-acre site at the base of Mount Fuji in Japan, the car maker announced at this month’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
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Seoul turns to Semtech for LoRa deployment

Seoul plans to deploy up to 1000 LoRaWan-based gateways in the South Korean capital by 2022 and grow its smart city IoT infrastructure using technology from California-based Semtech.
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Hyundai unveils mobility vision for future cities

Hyundai Motor unveiled at this month’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas its innovative vision for urban mobility to help vitalise human-centred future cities.
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New York extends start-up programme to focus on sustainability

New York City Economic Development Corporation and the New Lab technology centre have launched the 2020 edition of the Circular City programme to test and pilot technology that addresses the complex and urgent problems facing cities.
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Transoft acquires Brisk to leverage machine learning in cities

Transoft has acquired fellow Canadian company Brisk Synergies to leverage machine learning and vision analytics for safer cities.
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FlashParking turns parking lots into mobility hubs

A mobility hub operating system launched at this month’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas by FlashParking could help smart cities turn parking lots into mobility hubs.
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TM Forum provides smart city design tools

Industry association TM Forum has released its Smart City Operations Map, which includes smart city design and development tools to help cities integrate technology, operations and capital requirements. Already ten cities in China, including JI’Nan and Loudi, are using the map.
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Smart waste sensor market CAGR to top 30%, says Berg

The installed base of smart waste sensors will reach 1.5 million units worldwide by 2023, according to market watcher Berg Insight. The installed base of smart waste sensors was 379,000 worldwide in 2018.
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