Cities, states, and other communities continue to face an increasing variety of challenges: traffic congestion, parking, public safety and security, waste and water management, and access to education and healthcare. As such, government leaders are looking to technology to solve these challenges, while also finding more efficient ways to provide better services, reduce the carbon footprint, and enhance livability.
Solutions enabled by the Internet of Everything (IoE), such as the Cisco Smart+Connected City Operations Center, can successfully enable communities to become digital and to address these challenges.
This means improved operating models to drive efficiency, safety, and better citizen experiences overall.
Join us in San Diego at Cisco Live from June 7-11 to learn more about the Internet of Everything and how we’re helping to create tomorrow’s digital community today.
Register for our session on Transforming to a Digital City, State, or Country to Deliver Citizen Services with IoE to see case examples and learn about value outcomes for communities, and stop by our Connected Communities Booth areas (1733o) at Cisco Live in San Diego to see our demos in action across public safety, transportation, and a city as a whole.
Follow @CiscoGovt for updates from Cisco Live (#CLUS), stay tuned to the Cisco Government blog for more information, including an upcoming thought leadership series looking at the impact of digital from the perspective of the citizen, and visit our Smart+Connected Communities site for more information.
I am sure Jaime Vallés is going to bring more value to APAC region. He is experience is going to help in long run for Cisco. All the best Jamie 🙂
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