UAE Etisalat to help achieve Smart Dubai goal

23 Feb 2016

(MENAFN) Etisalat’s commitment to the Internet of Things (IOT) will improve technology that will bring costs down and conserve battery life, supporting Smart Dubai and other smart city projects.

Moreover, the use of these techs over mobile networks will permit operators to capture 47 percent of the increasing machine-to-machine market, introducing USD 589bn by 2020.

Many smart techs, involving smart grid monitoring, smart agriculture projects and pet trackers are on display at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, from firms like Huawei, Intel and Ericsson.

The firm confirmed on technology standards for Lower Power Wide Area (LPWA) which work over a huge area at little cost using unlicensed spectra.

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