Connecting Dark Assets: An ongoing series on how the Internet of Everything is transforming the ways in which we live, work, play, and learn.
Racing down the wide, open highway on a beautifully crafted motorcycle is one of life’s most exhilarating rushes. At least I used to think so, before my wife talked me into taking up safer pastimes.
But Internet of Everything (IoE) technologies may be offering me a new lease on motorcycling. A new product called the Skully AR-1 is being billed as “The World’s Smartest Motorcycle Helmet.” And who am I to argue? Read More »
Tags: Big Data, Cisco, Cisco Consulting Services, employee productivity, Internet of Everything, IoT, job creation, Joseph Bradley
I wasn’t around during the Industrial Revolution, but I can’t help but think that today is an even more interesting time to be in manufacturing. I’m happy to be participating this week in the annual Rockwell Automation Fair, where it seems we can see the Internet of Things (IoT) evolving in real time.
Perhaps no other industry is being disrupted by technology more than manufacturing. As manufacturers digitize their businesses, operational complexity increases and competitive pressure builds—driving the need for faster innovation, quicker time to market, and more efficient processes. Those who can’t keep up are left behind. Read More »
Tags: Cisco, Cisco Consulting Services, Douglas Bellin, Internet of Everything, internet of things, Manufacturing, Rockwell Automation Fair
We’ve learned a lot since releasing our original research on the Internet of Everything (IoE) at the end of 2012. I created a top-10 countdown style review of these learnings, however, today, I’m jumping right to #1 (sorry David Letterman). Here it is: #1 – Context…not content…is king.
Same Person, Different Customer
I was recently on a business trip to the Middle East. Just before boarding, I realized I left my headphones at the hotel. Not wanting to be on a 10-hour flight without them, I ran to the electronics vending machine I saw on the way to my gate. Without regard to price, I purchased the headphones I wanted and headed to the gate.
Now, contrast this event to when I originally purchased the now-lost headphones. I went to Amazon.com. After reading the description and reviews, and doing some additional online research to make sure I was receiving the best price, I placed my order and waited two days for the package to arrive. Read More »
Tags: Cisco, Cisco Consulting Services, Cisco Mobility, Internet of Everything, IoE, Joseph Bradley
These days, it’s hard to keep up with the flood of cool technology and cutting-edge products coming to market. It used to be my passion; now it’s also become my career. Turns out, all those hours on Reddit and TechCrunch were a good investment after all.
As a member of Cisco’s Internet of Everything (IoE) Emerging Technology team, I get to evaluate everything from augmented reality to robots and 3-D printers. I was even lucky enough to be one of the early Google Glass Explorers — bringing the good word of Silicon Valley’s newest products to the world. Read More »
Tags: Ben Varghese, Cisco, Cisco Consulting Services, employee productivity, Internet of Everything, internet of things, IoE, IoT
Cisco is at OilComm 2014, the leading forum for communications professionals in the oil and gas community, November 5-7, 2014, George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, TX
Cisco is the worldwide leader in IT that helps solve customer’s most important business challenges by delivering intelligent networks and technology architectures built on integrated products, services and software platforms. Cisco’s thought leaders such as Cisco Consulting Services, the Cisco Global Industries Center of Expertise (GICE) and the Cisco Internet of Things (IoT) Group are working closely with O&G industry leaders on the toughest challenges in the industry right now and jointly shaping the frontier of O&G technologies of the future.
Cisco’s highlights at OilComm 2014 includes a booth presence and executive speakers:
Panel Discussion: Conquering Skill Shortages and Recruiting Tomorrow’s Workforce Panelist: Mick Shaw, E&P Architect – Upstream Energy, Cisco Systems. Nov 6, 1:30 – 2:30 Room: 382
Friday Keynote Lunch – Cutting Edge Networks at the Remote Edge
Serhii Konovalov Sr. Business Development Manager, Global Lead Oil and Gas Industry Solutions. Nov 7, 12:30 – 1:30, Room: 372
Along with a booth presence showing some of our newest industry solutions as used by customers like Shell:
You’ll remember we spoke about the new solutions in this blog: Unveiling Cisco Collaborative Operations and Secure Ops Solutions, and about Shell using the Secure Ops Solution here: Cisco to Provide Secure Ops Solution to Royal Dutch Shell
We look forward to seeing you there…
…and that’s not all – check out Friday, November 7…
12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Solidify your newly formed relationships and continue catching up with old colleagues you haven’t seen since last year at OilComm! The Keynote Luncheon is included with Conference registration; Exposition attendees may purchase tickets to the Keynote Luncheon. The Keynote Address will be delivered by Tony Shakib, Vice President of IoT (Internet of Things) Vertical Business at Cisco.
Here’s a helpful pointer to Cisco’s Booth:
Tags: cisco collaborative operations, Cisco Consulting Services, CSS, GICE, global industries center of expertise, Mick Shaw, oil & gas, oilcomm, Oilcomm 2014, Secure Ops, Serhii Konovalov, Tony Shakib