Cisco Edge Computing
Community pothole pain – Technology is the answer
Cisco, TfNSW, Australian Road Research Board (ARRB) and University of New South Wales (UNSW) embarked on a unique trial to use the bus network as sensors to digitise the road surface in real-time to identify areas of concern and requiring proritised maintenance.
Energybox uses Cisco IoT to power smart, sustainable business
Large multi-site vendors save millions of dollars per year with industrial IoT networks that capture data, deliver insights, and automate manual processes.
Advances in Cisco Cloud and Compute Technology Solve Challenges for Insurance Companies
Modern trends in predictive analytics ensure that insurance companies are able to keep happy and loyal subscribers.
Performing Syslog Event Analysis and Forwarding at the Edge. Inside a Container!
Learn how you can leverage more complex filtering and forwarding to optimize bandwidth usage and provide an option to maintain local switch-container copies of event messages.
Making Roads Safer with 5G Edge
Accidents and near-misses involving cars and pedestrians or cyclists are all too common in busy cities. While automotive technology advancements such as rearview video and automatic emergency braking systems can help safeguard urban road users, the technology combination that could make the biggest difference is ultra-low latency connectivity enabled by 5G, and edge computing.
Cisco and Transport for NSW: Transforming the future of transportation
Cisco has partnered with Transport for New South Wales (NSW) to test how cutting-edge technology—like Cisco’s Internet of Things and Edge Computing solutions—can be used to tackle the most pressing and challenging problems in transportation.
Cisco IoT sweeps industry awards
What drives the widespread appeal of our IoT portfolio? It meets the wide variety of use cases, access technologies, and protocols of edge requirements.