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Belgrade Science and Technology Park held the presentation of the project of smart telephone booths, which includes the replacement of 100 booths in central city municipalities

The agreement on business and technical cooperation in connection with the digitalisation of telephone booths was signed by the company Telekom Srbija and Strawberry Energy, the pioneer in the development of smart IoT devices and “smart city” solutions.

On that occasion, the Prime Minister Ana Brnabic emphasised that Belgrade is becoming one of the three cities, after New York and London, to have such digital telephone booths.

She reminded that Serbia, according to the OECD analysis, is among the five countries in the world in terms of the number of innovative solutions that were launched during the crisis, and which were intended to fight the coronavirus pandemic.

Brnabic also assessed that companies such as Strawberry Energy represent the real ambassadors of Serbia and its economy in the world.

Director of that company Milos Milisavljevic explained that the smartphone booth is a modern, multifunctional device that, in addition to phone calls, offers free internet, SOS call, charging of mobile devices, etc.

He added that the smart speakers on the interactive touch screen will also provide information about the city’s services, the city map, public transport lines, the tourist and cultural offer of the city.