The mobile industry provides mission critical communications for key services in every community. Mobile network operators provide life-saving connectivity in the face of natural disasters, conflict and war. Our networks can be used to increase resilience to disasters through early warning systems, SIM-enabled monitoring and big data analytics. Connectivity is also a key ingredient for innovation in reducing communities’ environmental footprint.
In Japan, mobile operator KDDI is using 4G networks to provide advanced metering infrastructure services.
Telekom Slovenije and its partners meeting the communication requirements of the future electricity supply grid.
The use of Information Technology, sensors and communications in surface transport application.
How mobile technologies are making it easier to travel on Dubai’s metro, buses and water taxis.
A pioneer of smart building technology reducing the Emirate’s energy bills and its impact on the environment.
‘Smart city’ initiatives focus on using technology to make it easier to live, navigate and do business.
In disaster zones communication is critical. Mobile networks can be a matter of life and death.
Souktel must find solutions to the area’s problems using only SMS and IVR-based deployments.
In most countries, proof of identity is essential yet in some areas, as low as 21% of children are registered at birth.
Fire breaks out and cuts off drinking water to over 150,000 people.
Mobile technology works to improve water services that are intermittent, unreliable, and potentially unsafe.
The usage of technology to improve humanitarian action and make disaster preparedness and response more efficient.
Eliminating the need to intervene to replace SIM cards over the lifetime of M2M products, reducing ongoing operational and logistical costs.
Promoting awareness of disasters and how to prepare for them - Be Aware, Be Prepared.
GSMA: Driving Innovation in Connected Living: The US flags the future of M2M.