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City of Denver and TZ Medical win a Gold Value Chain Award

Mon, 06/18/2012 - 12:31pm
Bio-Medicine.Org

CHICAGO, June 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Wyless, the leading global M2M managed services provider, is proud to announce that the City of Denver and TZ Medical have been awarded Gold Connected World Value Chain Awards for their solutions powered by the Wyless M2M platform.

The Value Chain Awards honor highly successful corporate adopters of M2M technology and connected devices, as well as the solution providers that made their successes possible. The awards recognize the complex process involved in launching and managing M2M solutions and highlight the key partners involved in the design and development of the winning solution.

Also honored with these awards are the technology enablers and Wyless partners IPS Group, T-Mobile USA, Arrow Electronics, Telit Wireless Solutions, ClearConnex, Cinterion and Taoglas.

City of Denver – smart parking meters

Since 2008, San Diego-based IPS Group has partnered with the City of Denver to upgrade their aging parking meter infrastructure to a state-of-the-art coin and credit card capable smart meter system.

The IPS meters installed in the City of Denver are solar powered to maximize battery life and are environmentally friendly.  

Motorists appreciate the multiple payment options including debit/credit card, and the City cherishes the real-time reports and data made available through the online management system.  IPS meters are also designed to be "future-proof," and can be upgraded at any time, including the ability to be paired with IPS Vehicle Detection Sensors and IPS Smart Cash Collection System. 

Wyless is pleased to provide the M2M wireless data connectivity on the T Mobile US Network and managed services that underpin the new smart parking meters.

TZ Medical – remote cardiac monitoring devices

Today, there are around four million people who need care for recurring arrhythmias in th

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