Internet-of-Things project supported by East Hampshire District Council

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A NETWORK of internet-connected devices which could allow East Hampshire businesses to share vital information is being developed with the help of East Hampshire District Council.

The council has been working with Hampshire entrepreneur Alex Barter, of Barter for Things, on plans to launch an Internet-of-Things network.

This will see low-powered, long-life sensors send information to businesses via antenna, saving thousands of pounds in monitoring and maintenance costs.

Agreements have been made to place the antennae on public buildings to cover the whole county, with one being erected at Penns Place.

Alex said: “This will have huge implications for businesses all round Hampshire and I want to thank EHDC for supporting me as I worked through the plan.”

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Tom Barnett · 93 days ago · Report

Sorry - what? What sensors /antenna? What do they do? What information do they send to businesses / allow businesses to share? What are the implications for businesses? This is a shockingly poor article explaining very little. You might as well have said - "There's some things being put up,which help business. And it's this entrepreneur guys idea. And this is great for business!" "Go businesses!"

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