This year we launched the first annual Research Symposium at the IoT World Forum in Chicago. This Symposium brought together scholars, industry leaders and visionaries from across the world to discuss how academia and industry can partner to address the challenges and the opportunities that IoT presents.
We were delighted to be joined by impressive speakers. CEO of Enduring Hydro and former Undersecretary of the U.S. Department of Energy Dr. Kristina Johnson, Stanford University Professor Balaji Prabakar, and World Bank Senior Transport Specialist Dr. Shomik Mehndiratta offered their perspectives on how IoT can improve our cities and societies by transforming how we approach everything from transportation to energy. Purdue University Professor Douglas Comer helped us understand what is required to make IoT interoperable. Read More »
Tags: academia, innovation, IoT, IoTWF, research, university
The Internet of Things (IoT) is here and driving change in every industry, including the private sector. As companies begin to widely create Internet of Things innovations, businesses are adapting and connecting the unconnected and advancing their business goals. There is approximately $14.4 trillion at stake in the private sector over the next 10 years – and as our panelists today will share, the value realized by introducing their business to the Internet of Things has already been enormous.
In a discussion moderated by Chris, White, Cisco Senior Vice President of Sales for Internet of Everything, our panelists will be sharing how they have deployed Cisco technology to capture the value added by the Internet of Things – and how they are translating that into business outcomes and industry leadership today. Read More »
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As we convene this week in Chicago for the 2nd annual Internet of Things World Forum (IoTWF), about 1,500 industry leaders worldwide are laser focused on capturing the $8 trillion economic opportunity of IoT. We launched the first annual IoTWF in Barcelona one year ago, and the industry has since progressed at breakneck speed.
A Forbes headline two months ago summed up the buzz: “It’s Official: The Internet of Things Takes Over Big Data as the Most Hyped Technology,” following the release of a Gartner Hype Cycle report. This is supported by the fact that media mentions of IoT have tripled since 2013 to more than 45,000 so far this year. Read More »
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This week at the Internet of Things World Forum in Chicago, I premiered Cisco’s blueprint for vertical Internet of Things (IoT) success. When we envision how we can provide value to our customers, we don’t just look at one device or one use case. We want to completely transform how that industry does business. So, we consider the entire value chain of each industry, and then focus on business outcomes that will make the biggest impact.
Cisco’s IoT Value Chain approach can be boiled down to three steps: Read More »
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Today we’ve successfully completed the IoT Innovation Grand challenge that was announced in April 2014. When Cisco embarked on this journey, our goal was to discover, recognize, promote and reward innovators, entrepreneurs and early-stage startup businesses with innovative ideas and solutions for IoT.
With over 800 submissions from 71 countries, the response has been absolutely amazing. We have received a diverse set of ideas that ranged from connected home to cognitive computing, connected manufacturing and advanced communications systems. Out of these submissions 19 teams advanced to Semifinals and 6 teams advanced to Finals. Read More »
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