The transportation sector is a major emitter of greenhouse gases and in 2013 accounted for about 23 percent of the world’s CO2 emissions. As a means of alleviating air pollution and building a clean transportation network, using electric vehicles (EV) has been widely proposed. And a growing number of countries are rolling out plans to dramatically accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles and stepping up their policy initiatives to support EV adoption.
We have developed a rotating machine failure monitoring system that consists of our IoT platform and smart sensors for rotating machine management.
For Uzbekenergo, a state-owned holding company for power generation, transmission, and distribution in Uzbekistan, we have developed a power business support system as part of its AEM (Advanced Electricity Metering) project.
On December 18th, NTELS held a public seminar on case studies of energy-efficient IoT-enabled services for public buildings, co-hosted by Suwon City and sponsored by Ministry of Science and ICT., National IT Industry Promotion Agency and Korea IoT Association.
NTELS participated as an exhibitor at 2018 CommunicAsia in Singapore, Asia’s most established and relevant event for industry professionals in the telecommunications sector.
NTELS has developed a big data analytics service that can predict traffic accident risk by collaborating with Korea Road Traffic Authority and Korea University.