Cities are growing rapidly, stressing infrastructure and essential services while budgets remain tight. As the growth engines of the global economy, cities are competing with each other to achieve greater quality of life for their citizens, to attract new businesses and to achieve sustainability goals. Imagine safer city and neighborhood streets, fewer traffic jams, cleaner air and quicker commutes in these rapid growth centers. These are some of the benefits that residents of cities deploying AGT International and Cisco’s joint city solutions can expect.
Today, Cisco announced new and updated Connected Safety and Security solutions along with a group of ecosystem partnerships, including AGT, that remedy the challenges of easily managing, securing and safeguarding assets such as people, property and things in remote sites. Cisco is partnering with industry-leading companies, such as AGT, to leverage the new capabilities and benefits of the Internet of Things (IoT), provide customers with highly secure, interoperable solutions and services in order to take advantage of the Internet of Everything (IoE), and help businesses and governments make money, save money and provide enhanced safety. Read More »
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Cities worldwide are competing with each other to gain prominence, draw investment, and attract new highly productive citizens. How do they create and sustain an economic environment that will foster long-term prosperity, safety and security, environmental well-being and cultural vitality? These are the key challenges city leaders face today.
How can Smart+Connected City Infrastructure Management and Internet of Things solutions that Cisco provides help cities achieve these outcomes?
Chances are you’ve searched for a parking space recently or been stuck in traffic. It’s estimated that 30% of traffic in city centers is caused by drivers searching for parking spaces. Connected cities are addressing that. Perhaps you’ve had spotty wifi connectivity on public transportation? Connected cities are addressing that too. Have you wished your streets were safe and pothole-free? You guessed it. Connected cities are already working on these issues, too. Read More »
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Today, cities are becoming the epicenter of the Internet of Everything (IoE), where people, things, data and process can be connected to deliver new and amazing value. At the current pace of connectivity, Cisco predicts some 25 billion devices will be connected by 2015, and 50 billion by 2020. Today, furthering IoE innovations, Cisco and AGT announced a global strategic alliance to dramatically change the way today’s cities are managed and secured using cloud technologies and edge analytics.
The Cisco and AGT partnership will greatly improve the networking of a wide variety of devices, sensors and s1ocial media inputs. Combining Cisco intelligent networking infrastructure with AGT’s software platforms will enable the integration of previously disparate data, revealing new ways to manage city infrastructures, reduce management costs and improve the lives of citizens with a new generation of urban services. With 180,000 people moving into cities every day, there is an opportunity to transform the future of cities and make them more livable, safe and enhance the quality of life for everyone.
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