A Smarter Way to Connect Communities and Roadways
Communities are increasingly working to get “smart” by using sensors, cameras and other IoT devices to address efficiency, transportation, safety, environmental and health challenges. Though well intentioned, many communities launch...
The big data pipeline for the new oil: Cisco Smart & Connected Communities
Smart cities need a high grade fuel to run on - data that is refined for peak performance. Find out the two pillars for smart city success with big data.
The evolution of Smart Cities: big data, digital transportation, and smart policies
The smart cities movement continues to mature. Big data, digital transportation, and smart policies put “citizens first,” and the bridge connecting them is making unimaginable opportunities possible.
5G Will Give Mobile Carriers a Pass into the B2B World
The advent of 5G networks is often referred to in bald terms as not much more than a speed upgrade.
Cisco Live! Melbourne Abounds with Co-Innovation Opportunities
The digital opportunities were endless last week at Cisco Live! Melbourne for Cisco’s APJC co-innovation teams. A steady stream of customers and partners visited the Co-Innovation Pavilion where we showcased solutions co-developed with industry leaders and startups, and live streamed celebrations in Tokyo to commemorate the 500-day countdown to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
Mardi Gras 2020: How the IoT is keeping it safe
It's Mardi Gras week in New Orleans and this year's celebration brings parades, parties - and a look at just how effective the IoT is in helping to keep it all safe.
Cisco is leading the way for Wi-SUN interoperability
We're excited to announce that Cisco is the first to achieve Wi-SUN Field Area Network (FAN) 1.0 interoperability certification for our IR509 Cisco Resilient Mesh industrial router.
Street Smarts 101: 5 Best Practices for Transportation
Autonomous vehicles, drones and tunnels may grab headlines, but are they ready for prime time? A better approach: bringing connectivity to roadways. Here are five things communities can do better.