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Connected roadways: What to expect from ITS America Expo?
Roadways are going through rapid transformations to increase safety, reduce congestions, rise efficiency, and lower carbon emissions. Learn how Cisco can help build the secure network foundation to enable these technical innovations at scale. Visit us at the ITS America Conference and Expo next week.
How to Pick the Right Wireless Technology for your Agency
WiFi, 5G, Backhaul, and LoRaWan - each fills a specific niche in government's wireless needs. But which should you pick? Find out as we show you how to select the "best fit" instead of a "forced fit" so you can maximize your investment in wireless.
City of Fort Worth fast-tracks free Wi-Fi access in under-connected areas
Cisco IoT and partner Presidio help Fort Worth bridge the Digital Divide with public Wi-Fi for underprivileged neighborhoods.
Secure Equipment Access: more uptime, fewer truck rolls, remote access control
Accelerate digital transformation of industrial organization with game changing innovations to enhance operational efficiency and improve customer experiences.
Connecting industrial devices anywhere with Cisco’s new modules for LoRaWAN and 450MHz LTE
At Mobile World Congress, we announced two new network modules enabling the Cisco Catalyst IR1100 Rugged Series Routers to connect industrial devices and sensors over an even wider range of wireless technologies—unlocking new capabilities for our customers.
Cisco IoT enables the global acceleration of offshore wind energy
Cisco Validated Design for offshore wind farms decreases deployment time, risk, and complexity while improving overall security.
MWC Barcelona: What connections will you make in 2023?
Monetize on 5G networks by building and maintaining secure industrial networks at scale.
Industrial IoT takes center stage at Cisco Live EMEA
Industrial organizations are accelerating digitization to reach their sustainability goals. Cisco’s new innovations to simplify IT for operational use cases and easily deploy industrial networks anywhere at scale were top of mind at Cisco Live.
Industrial Processes and Wireless Communications – Part III: Process Automation Monitoring
In the final segment of this three-part series, I put an advisory lens on process automation monitoring, dissecting the application flow, and a little detail on why the serving wireless medium must behave in a particular way to support it.