Sprint has announced at CES 2019 that Greenville, South Carolina, will see its first smart city build-out based on both its Curiosity Internet of Things (IoT) platform and mobile 5G network connectivity. As part of the project, Sprint will deploy Massive Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (Massive MIMO) technology as well as a dedicated IoT network and “micro-positioning” technology aimed at enabling connected vehicles, smart machines, and autonomous drones to operate and react in real time. everything CES 2019 All the latest in business tech IBM outlines Q System One quantum computer Nvidia CEO explains how AI changes everything Intel unveils 10nm PC products for AI and 5G The best tech on show (so far) Lenovo updates ThinkPad X1 Carbon and Yoga Toyota details Guardian driver assist to avoid car crashes HP, Acer, and Asus unveil new laptops TechRepublic: HumanEyes powers world’s first 5K VR camera CNET: Every hot gadget “Greenville government officials and staff are placing their trust in … leveraging the power of Sprint mobile 5G and Curiosity IoT networks to bring smart city use cases to life,” Sprint SVP of IoT and Product Development Ivo Rook said during CES on Tuesday in Las Vegas. Greenville is hoping to attract startups to the city, as well as companies wanting to conduct R&D across artificial intelligence (AI), robotics, and autonomous vehicles use cases. Sprint further announced on Tuesday at CES that it will be constructing a smart vehicle test track in Peachtree Corners, Georgia, which will also utilise Curiosity IoT, 5G, and… [Read full story]
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