Deutsche Telekom and Nedap Collaborate on IoT Solution Optimizer

Deutsche Telekom and Nedap collaborate on IoT Solution Optimizer

Today the IoT Solution Optimizer is launched by Deutsche Telekom in collaboration with Nedap. It enables businesses around the world to model and optimize the performance of IoT applications in numerous vertical industries. Apart from that, the IoT Solution Optimizer is a solutions shelf for IoT-ready devices, such as Nedap’s SENSIT NB-IoT parking sensors.

Smart parking services

During Smart City Expo, Nedap successfully launched the SENSIT NB-IoT parking sensor. With the introduction of this sensor, Nedap empowers Smart Cities and other urban areas to collect real-time parking data using their NB-IoT network. Being part of the IoT Solution Optimizer, Nedap’s SENSIT NB-IoT sensor is an off-the-shelve solution that combines a new type of network with years of experience in marketing robust and reliable parking sensors.

Detailed insight

We believe that NB-IoT offers additional opportunities for smart parking in every urban area. The new IoT Solution Optimizer provides business partners and smart cities with detailed technical insights and compatible solutions, such as our SENSIT smart parking sensors.” says Edwin Siemerink, Proposition Manager at Nedap.

About Nedap 

Since the company’s founding in 1929, Nederlandsche Apparatenfabriek ‘Nedap’ N.V. has been manufacturing smart technical applications for the challenges of today and tomorrow and selling them all over the world. Headquartered in Groenlo in the Netherlands, Nedap boasts a workforce of approx. 680 employees and operates on a global scale, while the company has been listed on Euronext Amsterdam since 1947.

Nedap Identification Systems is the leading specialist in systems for long-range identification, wireless vehicle detection and city access control. Readers, sensors and controllers optimize, monitor and control the movement of vehicles and people. Safe, secure and efficient.


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