San Diego Talks Trash

Smith, Brad
August 2006
Wireless Week;8/1/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 16, p20
Trade Publication
The article deals with the implementation of wireless data applications for city trucks in San Diego, California. Several government agencies in the city has implemented the use of cellular digital packet data in 2001. The V-TRAC wireless application of the San Diego Environmental Services Division is combined with the global positioning data network of Cingular to track and re-route city-owned trash trucks.


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