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Low Emission Busses


Curitiba was the first city in the world to connect public buses to 3G mobile-broadband network. While providing better and safer services to millions of passengers, the connected fleet allows more efficient fuel usage.

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Connected Bus Stops

Ericsson helps improve commuter experiences and make public transport easier and more appealing. Public transport authorities' main objective is convincing people to leave their cars at home. Meeting this goal requires services that lead to a more positive commuter experience.

Connected Traffic Cloud

Ericsson helps you take control of all aspects of the complicated traffic infrastructure. Carmakers can easily develop, deploy and scale connected services by using our horizontal, “build once, launch many” approach.

The Networked Society

In a connected world, everything is possible. The Networked Society is where connectivity and technologies such as big data, cloud technology, smart grids, and the Internet of Things enable the sustainable cities of tomorrow.

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Ericsson Media Kits

This is your resource for finding the most up-to-date information on the wide variety of connectivity issues facing municipalities. Learn more about how Ericsson is addressing this issues to build smart sustainable cities.

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Millennium Villages

The Millennium Villages Project (MVP) is a community-led initiative intended to address the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) in Africa, village by village. By providing affordable, science-based solutions and technology.

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Ericsson Response

This volunteer initiative deploys telecom equipment and experts to support humanitarian organizations in times of disaster. Since its launch, Ericsson Response has supported more than 40 relief efforts in more than 30 countries.