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Exploring the Internet of Everything in Canada

…rs enhance rail operations and provide superior customer experience. In energy, BC Hydro is implementing a bold smart-grid initiative. More than 1.9 million smart meters have been deployed, all connected through an intelligent infrastructure to efficiently manage and monitor utilization while providing information to customers and helping them to better manage consumption. On the research front, Cisco Canada has partnered with the University of W…


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Why Smart Microgrids are Gaining Momentum

…distributed generation and storage of energy, you could see distribution networks that are interconnected microgrids. They would also be able to both operate independently to meet the needs of customers and to maintain relationships under stress conditions.” In the latter configuration, of course, they relate to the so-called smart grid, which further ties into connectivity. “When I think about energy network distribution of the future, we’re ta…


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Is Your Company Ready for the IoE Revolution?

…sment. Cisco has drilled down on particular use cases and how they relate to the promise of IoE.  These include smart factories; connected marketing and advertising; smart grid; connected entertainment; smart buildings; connected vehicles; connected healthcare; and connected education. Find out how your currently dark assets align with potential use cases and IoE drivers. Some of your assets may fall into multiple use cases; regardless, the goal…


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The Smart City Council – Accelerating an Exciting Growth

…proach and manage these types of situations. Driven by Cisco’s vision for the Internet of Everything (IoE), our Smart+Connected Communities program supports the integration of intelligent networking technologies to connect cities and help leaders address these challenges. However, we fully understand that this is not a one-shot solution. The transformation of cities not only requires relevant technologies and a change in the way we think, but als…


Securing the Internet of Everything: An Introduction

…unicate with one another. ▪ A Unique Location— can be fixed or mobile—within a network or system for example, a smart electricity grid) that makes sense of the object’s function and purpose in its specified environment, generating intelligence to enable autonomous actions in line with that purpose. ▪ An Increase in Machine-Generated and Machine-Processed Information that will surpass human- processed information, potentially linking in with othe…


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