NEW DELHI: Reliance Jio said that it is in advanced talks and trials with original equipment makers (OEMs) to launch its Internet of Things (IoT) services in the country. Its pan-India IoT network is already operational which was launched in partnership with South Korean major Samsung.

The telco said that it has developed a comprehensive solution with device, diagnostics, connectivity, platform and support.

Jio claimed that it has successfully conducted pilots with various DISCOMs. It is integrating its IoT solution with top meter OEMs and has tied up system integrators for the rollout.

In addition to the electricity segment, the Mukesh Ambani-led telco is also looking to tap the smart city space with its smart lighting solutions. It is currently conducting product pilot in progress. “…solution integrated with major lighting OEMs.”

Jio said that its Connected Diesel Generator solution has already been rolled out with pilots underway with DG OEMs and Facility Management companies.

Jio, in its analyst presentation, revealed that its pilot is in progress for smart solution for a major hospitality chain.

To further sweeten its JioFiber broadband offering, Jio is planning to launch a complete suite of IoT devices included smart speakers, smart bulbs and smart switches.

It will soon launch smart monitoring solution comprising indoor and outdoor camera for home and offices.

Jio is also launching its secure streaming and Cloud storage in India.

The telco is betting big on home automation under its “Jio smart living” suite which includes safety, security and convenience sensors. The solution is targeted for real estate developers. “…multiple project handovers scheduled through CY2021,” it revealed in its presentation.