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Dec 07, 2023 17:42 EEST
December 7 (SeeNews) - The port authority of Croatia's Ploce port said Thursday that it and local telecoms operator Markoja have secured 958,125 euro ($1.03 million) in co-financing from the European Commission for a project aimed at establishing Croatia's first 5G smart port.
The project has been chosen for co-financing under a CEF2 digital call focused on deploying secure, protected, and sustainable 5G networks in European Union member countries, the port authority said in a press release.
The project envisions the automation of processes and the implementation of sensors to transform port operations, enhancing competitiveness and reducing the carbon footprint.
($ = 0.927 euro)
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