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MTS prepared a network for smart services in Jewish Autonomous Region

MTS has launched a network for the Internet of Things based on the NB-IoT (NarrowBandIoT) standard in Birobidzhan. Technology for services and devices will help to quickly implement smart city projects: video surveillance, street lighting or waste management, tracking the work of utilities in the region.

According to the press service of the company, the new MTS network will provide fast and secure connection of smart devices and will allow businesses and government agencies to reduce the cost of implementing IoT solutions and smart devices. Devices connected to the NB-IoT network will be able to operate in difficult signal conditions for up to ten years without recharging. Moreover, they are cheaper than analogs using other communication standards.

As the director of MTS in the Khabarovsk Territory and the Jewish Autonomous Region Natalya Ekshenger noted, it is important for the company that residents of small settlements of the Jewish Autonomy receive access to all digital services that residents of large cities have. A high-quality modern network will allow you to quickly implement innovative digital services and services, which, for example, control the opening of sewer hatches or the consumption of water in highways.

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