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Ingenu offers new program for creating smart cities

Ingenu has debuted its Smarter City program, offering a ready-to-use, beginning-to-end smart city platform that is based on the firm’s patented RPMA (Random Phase Multiple Access) communication technology and innovations from its various partners. The program will give access to municipal applications, offering solutions for the best deployment of smart parking, water and electricity monitoring, street lighting.
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