Enabling MaaS Through a Distributed IoT Data Fabric, Fog Computing and Network Protocols
Transport networks in cities and regional centres are under increasing pressure from escalating customer demand. Fuelled by population growth, increasing urbanisation and expanding customer expectations, governments and private sector transport...
Towards a Multimodal Transportation Data Framework
Digitisation is occurring at a rapid pace across all modes of transportation. Whether this be future disruptive services such as Mobility-as-a-Service or improving road safety through Connected and Automated Vehicles;...
How the IoT is enabling safer streets in New Orleans
The city of New Orleans is making big changes, turning to innovative technologies that help tourists feel safer. And it’s all starting with the Internet of Things (IoT).
Law Enforcement Innovation: Recognizing Leadership in Community Policing
Since 1893, the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) has shaped the future of law enforcement. This year, Cisco is sponsoring the IACP/Cisco Leadership in Community Policing Awards.
Digital Harvest: Celebrating data, analytics, and outcomes at Gartner ITxpo
As you watch the leaves begin to fall and send the kids back to school, you may also be enjoying one or more of the local festivals or state fairs...
Why blockchain will bring smart cities to the next level
Explore the possibilities of how distributed ledger technologies will change government processes to drive smart cities into the future.
Litter: The Real Fabric of our Lives?
Kenn D. shares why he loves working in Cisco's Public Sector Marketing and how they gave back recently in picking up roadside litter.
Cisco NCS 5500 Sees Strong Customer Momentum
Learn more about Cisco NCS 5500 strong customer momentum.
Trick-Or-Treat? As Cybersecurity Month winds down, which will your agency pick?
As Cybersecurity Awareness Month draws to a close and All Hallows’ Eve nears, it’s time for one last thought. And it is, appropriately, a dark one – the “Dark Web”. It is the graveyard of the Internet, a maze of death-filled tombs and twisted conjurings that are giving average, everyday people access to some pretty scary technology. […]