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Delivering Better Transportation Solutions In a Connected World With Cisco IoE

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Ford, GM, Honda, Toyota, the U.S. Department of Transportation.  It’s no surprise why they were front and center at the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) World Congress which wrapped up in Detroit last week.   But, Cisco? Barry Einsig, Cisco Global Transportation Executive and John Gillan, Sales Relationship Manager for Cisco Advanced Services prepare for a customer meeting at ITS World Congress. “Reinventing Transportation in our Connect…

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Location Based Services Enabling Smart Connected Cities

…erent areas to create color-coded maps. City planners use the location information to plan both development and transportation initiatives and changes. 4. People who come to the city enjoy new experiences—which keep them coming back. They can look up today’s events on touchscreen kiosks at bus stops. Find and reserve parking spaces from their smartphones. Decide where to have a picnic after checking out air quality in different parts of the city….

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Internet of Things – The Technical Reality

…uting elements – can create a smart environment with a wide range of applications in healthcare, public safety, transportation, utilities, and the home. For many years, utility companies had no real visibility to their systems. People had to call to report trouble. Equipment problems were not discovered until they failed and created outages. This all meant that life for those impacted stopped as the utility scrambled to restore service. All witho…

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Traffic in parallel

…rent VLAN at specific, well-defined points. In the city traffic analogy, think of VLANs as different modes of transportation; say, trains and cars. They have different traffic paths, and passengers can only transfer between them at specific, well-defined points. Quality of service policies can be applied to traffic, too. Consider that trains and cars move at different speeds and may not even be affected by each other. As another example: mot…

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Congratulations to the IoT Innovation Grand Challenge Semi-finalists!

…submission categories were: Smart Cities with 166 entries, Healthcare with 123, Retail (98), Education (80) and Transportation (59). Announcing the Nineteen Semi-Finalists! After much deliberation, the Cisco judges and the IoT Challenge community have selected the following nineteen semi-finalists: IDEA TITLE VERTICALS Daily Maps by Aerobots Other Industry/Verticals Neurio Home Intelligence Smart Cities WunderBar, IoT Starter Kit for…

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