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  • Feb 26, 2019
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February 26th, 2019
Sprint Curiosity™ IoT and Mapbox to Showcase Precision Mapping and Location Services with Demonstrations at 2019 Mobile World Congress Barcelona

OVERLAND PARK, Kan.– Sprint (NYSE: S) and Mapbox will showcase how Sprint Curiosity™ IoT with 5G brings real-time precision mapping through a series of demonstrations at Mobile World Congress Barcelona in the Ericsson Hall from February 25-28. The demonstrations will show how Mapbox Vision utilizes Sprint Curiosity IoT’s dedicated network to enable real-time updating of precision maps through a distributed network of sensors across the Sprint Curiosity IoT network.