Reliance Jio announced of launching its Internet of Things (IoT) services in alliance with original equipment makers (OEMs). The firm’s pan-India IoT network based on narrowband IoT technology is functioning which was launched with Samsung.
The chairman of Reliance Industries had earlier said that Jio has a goal of connecting at least a billion IoT connected devices to its Internet of Things(IoT) platform, utilizing Rs 20,000 crore annual revenue opportunity per year for the firm, Jio claimed that it has successfully conducted pilots with various DISCOMs. It is assimilating its IoT solution with top meter OEMs and has tied up system integrators for the release.
Additionally, Mukesh Ambani’s Telco is planning to touch upon smart city space with smart lighting solutions which is at present conducting product pilot solution integrated with major lighting OEM’s.
The Telco is betting big on home automation under its "Jio smart living" suite which includes safety, security and convenience sensors. The solution is targeted for real estate developers. "...multiple project handovers scheduled through CY2021," it revealed in its presentation.
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