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The Indy Autonomous Challenge powered by Cisco is here!
After months of anticipation, the Indy Autonomous Challenge Powered by Cisco is one day away as teams continue their preparations onsite for the head-to-head autonomous race car competition. As the presenting sponsor of the challenge, Cisco will be enabling all critical in-vehicle and car-to-trackside connectivity with Dallara AV-21 race cars using ultra-low latency wireless technology and will be supporting the nine teams from across the globe who will be on site competing.
Why Transportation Organizations Choose Cisco
Transportation organizations require digital infrastructure as rugged and unyielding as the terrain they traverse. Cisco has worked as a trusted partner to enable innovation with over 32,000 organizations across 169 countries. Find out why transportation operators choose Cisco to help them achieve their business objectives.
Join Cisco and our partners at the Indy Autonomous Challenge!
Cisco recently renewed our sponsorship of the Indy Autonomous Challenge Powered by Cisco for 2022. This exciting event will be held November 11 at the Texas Motor Speedway in Ft. Worth, Texas.
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.
Cisco is Driving Secure Digital Transformation in Roadways and Rail!
Cisco is a trusted business partner in the Transportation Industry. In rail and roadways (and of course, airports and ports!), our industry expertise, technology platforms, and world class customer experience, services, and partner teams help our customers deliver a modern, efficient, safe, secure, and inclusive transportation infrastructure for all.
Mobility in Railways
With the advancement of communications within the rail industry and the proposed move to Future Rail Mobility Communication System (FRMCS) primarily within EMEA, it is important to understand what this means for the rail industry and explore how it will integrate with other technologies that are required to deliver ubiquitous communication.
Cisco at InnoTrans 2022
Rail operators worldwide work with Cisco to transform their operations with secure, reliable connectivity. We will be illustrating Cisco's portfolio for transportation at InnoTrans 2022, taking place September 20-23 in Berlin.
Reliable Connectivity for Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging
The increase in electric vehicles on the road is, unsurprisingly, resulting in an increased demand for charging infrastructure. Public and private networks are being installed at a rapid pace and will continue to increase as more public funding is allocated to charging infrastructure.