Turning Every Vehicle on the Road into a Wi-Fi Hotspot | WIRED

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  • Published on:  Saturday, November 4, 2017
  • The city of the future calls for more connectivity. Grant Imahara visits Porto, where a company called Veniam is leading that charge by incorporating a Wi-Fi mesh network to this old-world city. This video was created by WIRED Brand Lab in partnership with Mouser Electronics.

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    Turning Every Vehicle on the Road into a Wi-Fi Hotspot | WIRED
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  • Nick Taranov

     (Nov 4, 2017)

    I just remembered Mythbusters existed

  • Jack L

     (Nov 4, 2017)

    Sounds almost like CtOS in Watch Dogs... huh... Big Brother lol

  • Theatlantateen

     (Nov 5, 2017)

    Correction: Ctos2.0

  • JoneTech

     (Nov 4, 2017)

    Its starting to get like it

  • The Astro Gamer

     (Nov 9, 2017)

    You should rename the channel to WIRELESS now.

  • raerist

     (Nov 27, 2017)

    Isn't someone gonna have to pay for the wifi while others use it for free. Or did I miss something

  • Noob Gamer

     (Nov 4, 2017)

    Finally a video about Porto, my hometown yey

  • Ashish Rana

     (Nov 5, 2017)

    beautiful city

  • CalpolMeister

     (Jan 14, 2018)

    Why do some of your videos have like 20k views and others have millions

  • Theatlantateen

     (Nov 5, 2017)

    Huh, 118 hours a year? That’s not all that bad

  • Theatlantateen

     (Nov 19, 2017)

    Rohit Iyengar yah, but it’s “frustrating and kills productivity” I mean I could’ve even a hot dog in that much time!

  • Rohit Iyengar

     (Nov 19, 2017)

    Yeah, even if they work only 30 weeks a year, and 5 days a week it's a 24 minute, one way commute time...

  • Todd L-M

     (Nov 4, 2017)

    This reminds me of New York with LinkNYC and the new wifi on busses and subways.

  • Nithin Mohan

     (Nov 4, 2017)

    why blur BMW and Benz ?

  • Jaafar

     (Nov 5, 2017)

    Nithin Mohan what are BMW and Benz? Those blurs have lead me to not know what cars they were filming.

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     (Nov 25, 2017)

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