GE and The City of San Diego have launched a pilot program to turn street lights into intelligent, connected devices. David Graham, deputy chief operating officer for the city of San Diego, explains: “It’s not a fiction anymore. It’s a reality that we are doing with this Intelligent Cities partnership."
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