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Some applications are very purpose-specific, such as Transport for London’s IoT platform for the city’s Public Transport System (Marr, 2015) and the Madrid use case for Awareness for Smart Public Transport (COSMOS, 2016). Other ones are much broader and seek to develop an ecosystem of IoT applications over different sectors, such as the “LoRa” IoT network in Belgium and Luxemburg (Proximus, 2015).