Kiva Allgood, Qualcomm’s vice president of smart cities and industrial IoT, discusses the LinkNYC project to replace some 7,500 phone booths around the five boroughs with free, public Wi-Fi kiosks that provide other services like phone charging stations and an interface with municipal websites. Allgood also talks about how LinkNYC fits into Qualcomm’s larger smart cities strategy.
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