Gil Rosen, Bezeq Chief Marketing & Innovation Officer. Credit: Reuters
Bezeq smart city- GreenQ is the smart garbage collection vertical in Bezeq’s smart city pilot program in the municipality of Modiin, a growing city of about 100,000 people midway between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Bezeq, Israel’s largest telecoms group, Is aligning with other big telecom enterprises like ata&t, Deutsche Telekom, and T-mobile by engaging smart cities internet infrastructure.
Bezeq, Israel’s largest telecoms group, Is aligning with other big telecom enterprises like ata&t, Deutsche Telekom, and T-mobile by engaging smart cities internet infrastructure.
GreenQ is the first company in Israel to perform smart waste collection on a large scale IoT project that elaborates a different kind of smart urban technologies.
So far, hundreds of sensors have been deployed in Modi’in – mainly in a large park – along with cameras and free internet to give city officials the ability to monitor parking, noise, safety and the quality and amount of water in a man-made lake.
Bezeq, which is working with some Israeli start-ups, says “smart cities” can save money by becoming more efficient and ultimately funnel those savings into health, education and other a
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