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Hrvatski Telekom Builds Smart Street in Dubrovnik

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Hrvatski Telekom, a subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom has built a smart street using Cisco’s Digital Platform, which integrates different Internet of Things services on a network. The parking system automatically recognises vehicles and charges parking fees contactlessly. A smartphone app and digital signs also provide real-time information on free parking spaces.

Davor Tomašković, President of the Management Board of Hrvatski Telekom, said: “Dubrovnik is a world-renowned tourist gem, a unique city and museum, and, by means of the Dubrovnik Smart City project and Hrvatski Telekom as technology project owner, it has also become a city of the future.”

Tomašković added: “We are proud to bring national and international partners to Dubrovnik and let them experience technological innovations and solutions that, being interconnected, will change the citizens’ culture of living and quality of life. With this initiative, we wish to send a clear message that HT is not only the technology leader, but also a leader of social changes in Croatia.” Read more

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