Intel helps cities develop WiFi
August 19th, 2005

Via San Jose Mercury News:

The Santa Clara chip maker highlighted three cities Thursday in particular — Taipei, Taiwan; Corpus Christi, Texas; and Cleveland — where wireless Internet systems, or WiFi, have become a community reality in a tangible way.

In Taipei, wireless technology has helped the city’s 400-some agencies communicate paperlessly, and to provide real-time information about parking and traffic. In Corpus Christi, wireless Internet devices are helping building inspectors search structures’ histories in the field and are tracking city vehicle fleets. In Cleveland, emergency responders can send live video of an incident to colleagues, so everyone can respond to it in a more informed way.


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