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Internet of Everything: Connecting your city, one home at a time

…rt of how homes can play a greater role in the Internet of Everything (IoE). In an Internet of Everything world, smart homes will only be a small part of a larger network of Smart+Connected Communities that will reduce overcrowding, pollution, and natural resource constraints –ultimately improving sustainability. In our work with Cities of the Future like Songdo, South Korea and Lake Nona, Florida we’ve begun to see the impact of truly connected

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Taking the Internet of Everything on the Road

…, Urbiotica (sensors) and Citelum (smart lighting), Cisco recently showcased what could be considered one of the smartest streets in the world. The “Connected Boulevard” in Nice, France, the world’s first Internet of Everything (IoE) proof-of-concept for a smart city, showcases what IoE can enable for a connected world and for connected transportation. The project is more than just a street loaded with sensors; the PoC will serve as a blueprint f…

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Intelligent Communities Global Blog Series, The Future of Our Smart Communities: Services

…ices to its citizens and businesses while their budgets consistently seem to shrink. Several of Canada’s leading communities are taking a pro-active role and are experimenting with shared services (an outsourcing or regional consolidation model); and almost all of them are looking at the Internet to be a low-cost channel for services delivery. Both these and other strategies are all the right steps towards a smarter and connected reality. Municip…

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Smart Trade: Cisco Is Helping Revolutionize Legacy Trade Practices Around the World

Trade (also known as “commerce,” “financial transaction,” and “barter,” among other terms) involves the transfer of ownership for goods and services from one person or entity to another by receiving something in exchange from the buyer. A network that allows trade is called a market. Trade originated with the start of communication in prehistoric times. Trading was the main facility of prehistoric people, who bartered goods and services long bef…

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Intelligent Communities Global Blog Series–The “Connected Boulevard”: Taking the Fast Lane to the Internet of Everything

…mperature, and eventually map pollution levels to other factors, such as health and well-being. This week, the Connected Boulevard is being highlighted at the Innovative City Convention, hosted by the city of Nice. Yesterday, city leaders, journalists, and international guests got a first-hand look at the Connected Boulevard and the context-aware information it provides through smart devices and street kiosks. As the director for innovation in…

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