Both the companies will develop IoT applications in the areas of connected living, connected vehicles and connected buildings, by 2018.
Nokia will specifically work in the areas of smart parking, environmental sensors and video analytics and also in the promotion of IoT technology through developer outreach programmes and participation in IoT-related events.
Nokia Bell Labs will provide added consultancy services to StarHub and its enterprise customers to accelerate Singapore’s IoT market momentum.
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