The Japanese word “kakashi” translates to “scarecrow”, but the e-kakashi platform does much more than scare off pests. Using AI, IoT and cloud technology, e-kakashi helps farmers maintain an ideal growing environment for any crop.
Traveling across the Netherlands in all forms of transport is becoming easier and more enjoyable. At he same time, the government is saving on infrastructure and enabling private sector innovation. Learn how we make traveling across the Netherlands easier and more profitable - the Talking Traffic project.
Ericsson and du, a telecommunications operator based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, have partnered to accelerate digitalization in the region by deploying innovative solutions that enable faster introduction of new Internet of Things (IoT) services.
5G-ConnectedMobility creates a dedicated network infrastructure and application environment for 5G analysis and testing in real-time for Vehicle-to-vehicle, Vehicle-to-infrastructure, and Railway-to-infrastructure.
Many citizens are asking what more authorities can do to keep people safe. In collaboration with China Mobile and the China Geological Survey Institute, Ericsson is demonstrating how massive IoT can be used to save lives through disaster monitoring and early warnings
The Ericsson smart factory in Nanjing only stops production of the latest radio base stations one day of the year. Every other day, the factory harnesses the data generated through connecting everything from screwdrivers to entire warehousing systems with Industrial IoT and NB IoT.
The smart manufacturing project is enabling Martin Friis and his team at SKF’s world-class factory to radically transform manufacturing, and provide competitive advantage by introducing fundamental changes to the way industries operate.
Scania is a leading manufacturer of commercial vehicles, including heavy trucks and buses. With the launch of their Scania One platform, they are the first of our partners to use Connected Vehicle Marketplace in commercial vehicles.
With the goal of creating connected cars that make life safer, more efficient and more entertaining, Ericsson and Volvo established a partnership in late 2012. Since that time, we have built a relationship which allows each partner to focus on their individual strengths, enabling rapid co-innovation.