- Telekom Romania showcases smart waste management and smart e-mobility solutions available within Deutsche Telekom group
- Interactive smart city screen will be available in Telekom booth at Internet & Mobile World 2016
Telekom Romania will showcase within the Internet & Mobile World event, taking place between 5th and 6th of October at Romexpo, Central Pavilion, several smart solutions available within Deutsche Telekom group: a smart waste management solution, an e-mobility solution featuring electric charging stations for electric vehicles and an interactive screen replicating Telekom’s smart city pilot-project in Bucharest. The selected solutions are convergent with the sustainability strategy of Deutsche Telekom group and can be customized for the Romanian landscape.
During the two days event, Miroslav Majoros, CEO Telekom Romania, Ovidiu Ghiman, Chief Commercial Officer, Business segment, will pinpoint the main directions of the company for transforming the local economy with the aid of technology. Razvan Ionescu, Marketing Director, Business segment, Telekom Romania will deliver a presentation on innovation and digitisation, while Cosmin Ochisor, Investment Manager, hub:raum, the tech incubator of Deutsche Telekom Group, will talk about the initiatives targeting tech start-ups.
The smart waste management solution implemented by Telekom Croatia, called EcoMobile, relies on the idea of Machine-to-Machine communication and it focuses on making the waste disposal more efficient and transparent. Waste bins are equipped with so-called RFID tags that give the receiving unit, which is installed in the rear side of the garbage truck, information about the belonging household. The information will be transferred securely into a cloud database and automatically to the enterprise resource planning (ERP) program of the municipal waste collection service.
Smart E-Mobility, developed also by the Croatian subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom group, is an ecosystem which puts together parking lots owners, the telco operator and energy service providers in order to deliver to the final users – the electric cars owners – secure and easy to use services and a wider network of charging stations. Currently there are 60,000 charging stations in Europe and by 2020 it is estimated that nearly 4,000,000 electronic vehicles (EV) will be circulating within the same footprint.
Also, on an interactive screen, visitors of the event can view the functionalities of the smart city pilot-project developed by Telekom Romania in Tineretului Park in Bucharest.
Telekom Romania is for the fifth year the main partner of Internet & Mobile World international event, as the company is an active supporter of new technologies and digital trends.