Trash provides Wi-Fi access in New York

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Bigbelly system solves more problems than unnecessary transport and overflowing recycle bins in Manhattan. When Times Square was a nice and clean place to more visit and stay longer.

A problem with the digital age is that we also want to be able to surf in the place we find ourselves in. In New York, the houses high and it is difficult for the data traffic to arrive. The city was faced with a challenge, and the solution was the bins that were already on display and equipped with a gsm connection.

The system was expanded in 2015, where a few bins got a router mounted and the other paper baskets in the system were stations that transmit the signal. The area covered and the speed of the data traffic was a success.

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