Captaining Shark-Detecting Drones in Australia
Drones have many practical oceanic applications including everything from real-time shore alerts when sharks are present to collecting humpback whale exhale condensate -- or snot -- to track whale health.
How a Research-Driven Approach to Drones Can Help Us Save Lives
Drones are changing public safety operations for the better. New emerging drone technologies offer the promise of reducing search times, improving situational awareness, enhancing team safety, reducing costs, and even the potential of delivering medical supplies ahead of rescue teams. But sound research must be utilized to measure the positive impacts in order to make sure drones are utilized appropriately.
A Drone May Save Your Life One Day
Dr. Catherine Ball recently asked young women how they would use drones to make the world a better place as part of Cisco's Women Rock-IT speaker series.
Open Standards and New Technologies Will Accelerate the Internet of Things
To flourish, IoT needs a supporting cast of technologies —from analytics to blockchain—as well as an industry-wide shift to open standards, which allow these technologies to interoperate.
The Drones Have Taken Off: Our Investment in Kespry, a Leading Industrial Aerial Intelligence Platform
While drones will continue to get embedded more and more in industrial field operations, we believe that drone adoption will spread quickly to many other industries.
New-Gen Technologies Make IoT Transformational
Is IoT the driving force for digital transformation? Only when it’s combined with AI, fog computing, and blockchain.
Intelligent Workflow Drones
Drones must be fully integrated into workflows to be truly successful, says Biren Gandhi. Here`s one example.
Collaboration, IoT, Security & Drones: How Cisco’s Cross-Architectural Approach Can Boost a Rising Market
Drones’ full value will not be unleashed until they are released from line-of-sight flight restrictions. Cisco technology demonstrates the possibilities in Italy.