Telecommunications

Apps to the rescue of Indian women

Tue, 2015-11-10 03:15 -- India SeniorEditor
11/09/2015

Gone are the days when mobile phones were used as tools for only communicating, networking, socialising or even gaming for the matter. In order to counter the high rate of crimes against women, the new age smart solutions, empower women with safety and security based mobile apps like – bSafe, Raksha, SheShuttle to name a few – that act as defence mechanism in time of crisis.

Apps to the rescue of Indian women

Tue, 2015-11-10 03:11 -- India SeniorEditor
11/09/2015

Gone are the days when mobile phones were used as tools for only communicating, networking, socialising or even gaming for the matter. In order to counter the high rate of crimes against women, the new age smart solutions, empower women with safety and security based mobile apps like – bSafe, Raksha, SheShuttle to name a few – that act as defence mechanism in time of crisis.

Partner spotlight: Ooredoo, Alphinat, Silver Spring, ABB, Siemens (and more)

Wed, 2015-10-14 06:00 -- Liz Enbysk
10/14/2015

Read about challenges Ooredoo Group CEO Nasser Marafih sees in bringing mobile services to women… Get details on the latest release of Alphinat's popular SmartGuide for cities… Learn about a Silver Spring Networks smart street lighting win in Halifax… See why ABB's hidden substations make sense in Singapore… Read which cities are expanding light rail with Siemens…And don't miss honors for Allied Telesis, Schneider Electric and Bit Stew Systems.

Smart cities = connected cities

Fri, 2015-10-02 06:00 -- SCC Staff
10/02/2015

From Lansing, Michigan to Oregon's highways and byways, public officials with limited resources are looking to the Internet of Things and advanced communications networks to make their communities more efficient. In a guest post, Walter White, VP of Government Relations at Verizon, explains how this connectivity makes cities smarter.

Ratti talks about IoT, mobility and self driving cars

Tue, 2015-09-29 03:32 -- SCC India Staff
09/28/2015

Professor Carlo Ratti, is a Italian architect, engineer, inventor, educator and activist who teaches at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in US shares his knowledge on the concept of Internet of Things, the rapid growth of mobile connections, shared car rides and self driving cars.

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