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Partnership in smart infrastructure promotes collaborative products

Published:
June 09, 2020
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The three companies, Accedian (which focuses on IoT analytics and threat detection), New Context (smart infrastructure security), and Savari (V2X software), will provide capabilities of integration among their products. While this obviously strengthens each company's individual offering, the trio of products could be particularly attractive for smart city projects with vehicle constants like buses or shuttles. While this does require a vetting of three separate companies, clients interested in large-scale projects like this should consider the trio.

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