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How to start a smart city device and asset mangement project

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Recent data from the 2019 Readiness Challenge and a survey of 139 Virginia cities and counties shows that cities prioritize device and asset management. Jarrett Campbell from AVEVA offers a city recommendations on 'how to' manage devices and assets using best practices.

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How to start a smart city device and asset mangement project

Recent data from the 2019 Readiness Challenge and a survey of 139 Virginia cities and counties shows that cities prioritize device and asset management. Jarrett Campbell from AVEVA offers a ...

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