Traffic jams aren’t just stressful—they’re expensive. A recent study by the Centre for Economics and Business Research revealed that in 2013 traffic jams cost the U.S. $124 billion. By 2030, they estimate the annual price of traffic in the U.S. and Europe will soar to $293 billion.
Can we turn this around? I think so. The Last Traffic Jam can happen through the Internet of Everything (IoE) and the increased value that comes from connections between people, process, data, and things. It’s in this highly connected world where we’ll see amazing things happen—including the Last Traffic Jam. Read More »
Tags: connected cars, Internet of Everything, internet of things, IoE, IoT, Joseph Bradley, Last Traffic Jam, Smart Connected Cities, Transportation
Shopping centres have been around for thousands of years, supposedly starting in Ancient Rome. The basic concept of a shopping centre has not changed much since then; a large building, or multiple buildings connected, which contain a variety of retail stores, services and restaurants. However, we at Land Securities, a commercial property group based in the UK, are changing the way customers experience shopping with our newest shopping centre, Trinity Leeds, “the mall of the future.” Read More »
Tags: Cisco, innovation, Internet of Everything, IoE, retail, shopping, Shopping Center, Trinity Leeds
One of the challenges we’re seeing in business today is the need to re-learn the problem solving process. This need is increasing demand for creativity as a critical competency of the consultant of the future – driven by how businesses capture value harnessing the connectivity and intelligence enabled by the Internet of Everything (IoE). Read More »
Tags: CCS, Cisco, Cisco Consulting Services, Cisco NBA, Customer Care, customer experience, Internet of Everything, Rachael McBrearty
Connecting Dark Assets: An ongoing series on how the Internet of Everything is transforming the ways in which we live, work, play, and learn.
The Internet of Everything (IoE) is all about connecting people, process, data, and things in innovative ways. And if you think that’s just a nice vision for the future, look no further than the Hong Kong subway system — preferably after midnight.
That is when the last train rolls off the tracks and an army of about 10,000 maintenance people spring into action Read More »
Tags: ai, artificial intelligence, Cisco, Hong Kong, Internet of Everything, IoE, Joseph Bradley, Transportation
Now that we are connecting billions of things to the Internet, companies are faced with a huge opportunity and a huge dilemma. Connected things are generating an explosion of data that has the potential to save and earn tremendous amounts of money, time, and resources for companies. However, much of that potential is wasted because that data is most valuable in the moment it is generated, and the time it takes to send that data to the cloud for analysis is too long for real-time decision making. Read More »
Tags: Cisco, connected analytics, edge computing, Internet of Everything, IoE, IoT, Manufacturing, Tony Shakib