Sunday, 29 May 2022

Orange Poland backs Blockchain of Things for smart cities

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Thursday 03 June 21

A new partnership between the operator and blockchain tech company SmartKey could see numerous elements of smart city infrastructure controlled by a smartphone

Orange Poland and SmartKey have announced a new partnership aiming to create a universal standard that will allow blockchain-IoT SIM cards to operate various parts of future smart cities, from smart bikes to utilities.   The partnership builds on SmartKey’s ‘Rescue without Barriers’ pilot programme, which allowed rescue services in Olsztyn…

Orange Poland and SmartKey have announced a new partnership aiming to create a universal standard that will allow blockchain-IoT SIM cards to operate various parts of future smart cities, from smart bikes to utilities.   The partnership builds on SmartKey’s ‘Rescue without Barriers’ pilot programme, which allowed rescue services in Olsztyn…

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