Categories: Business Results
Ericsson Nikola Tesla has been elected one of top ten Croatian companies by the visibility and affirmation of corporate social responsibility and sustainability in modern digital media. The “SJAJ 2017” award was handed out to the award-winners on October 17 on the Croatian Employers’ Association (CEA) premises.
As of today, citizens of Rijeka and numerous tourists have at their disposal two smart bus stops, offering a great number of functionalities for a more efficient and pleasant experience of using public transport. The stops present a global breakthrough in technology on the road towards connected smart cities of the future, and in the background of the entire story there is a six-month long pilot project of the City of Rijeka in partnership with Ericsson Nikola Tesla company, Hrvatski Telekom, Smart RI, Autotrolej and Rijeka promet.
Official closing of the 17th Ericsson Nikola Tesla Summer Camp was held on the company’s premises on Wednesday, September 28, 2017. Along with numerous students and their mentors who participated in the camp, many representatives of academia were present at the official closing, headed by Prof. Blaženka Divjak, PhD, Minister of Science and Education in the Government of the Republic of Croatia.
Following a successfully implemented pilot project, Ericsson Nikola Tesla, as the consortium leader, together with Profico company, will deliver an ICT solution for smart parking to Split Parking utility company. The works amount to nearly MHRK 3, and the project is planned to last six months. This is the first integral solution for smart parking in Croatia and it represents one of the steps on the path towards a smart city in the mobility field.
Ericsson Nikola Tesla and the Ministry of the Interior (Croatia) Continue Cooperation in State Border Control
Ericsson Nikola Tesla, as the leader of a consortium comprising Ericsson Nikola Tesla, Tehnomobil Securitas and Dat-Con, signed an agreement with the Ministry of the Interior of the Republic of Croatia to continue the upgrade of the state border control system. The contracted project amounts to nearly MHRK 35 (VAT excluded). The implementation is to start immediately, and the realization is scheduled to end within two months.
Vipnet chose Ericsson Nikola Tesla to further develop its radio access network. The long-term frame agreement encompasses modernization and expansion of this Croatian operator’s radio access network by using state-of-the-art technologies from Ericsson’s extensive portfolio. The contracted works will enable a further increase of transfer speeds and the enhancement of user experience for Vipnet users across Croatia.
Ericsson and our customers have demonstrated near-gigabit speeds on commercial networks in Europe and the United States in recent weeks. These achievements mean commercial gigabit speeds have the potential to become reality for many mobile broadband users in the near future, with Licensed Assisted Access (LAA) a key enabling technology.