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04/15/2015

How Harvested Energy Will Shape the Internet of Things and Smart Cities

By Melissa Jun Rowley
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How Harvested Energy Will Shape the Internet of Things and Smart Cities

04/15/2015 By Melissa Jun Rowley

The Internet of Things is expected to incorporate billions of devices in the future. That's a lot—far too many to all run on battery energy alone. For this reason, the harvesting of energy, or deriving energy from external sources, is growing in ... Continue Reading

Tags: Internet of Everything, Smart Connected Communities, Melissa Jun Rowley, Internet of Things

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04/09/2015

Panama City to Collaborate with Cisco to deploy Smart+Connected Communities Solutions

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Panama City to Collaborate with Cisco to deploy Smart+Connected Communities Solutions

04/09/2015

Panama City, Panama, April 9, 2015 . - During the Summit of the Americas, Cisco and Panama City announce their plans to work together to turn Panama City into a smart city using Cisco’s Smart+Connected Communities solutions. With this aim, ... Continue Reading

Tags: Panama, Latin America, Jordi Botifoll, Smart Connected Communities

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03/23/2015

Improving Quality of Life with the Internet of Everything

By Anne Field
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Improving Quality of Life with the Internet of Everything

03/23/2015 By Anne Field

Most of us don’t usually associate California’s Silicon Valley with public transportation. Traffic jams and technology, perhaps. Trains, not so much. But the city of San Jose is in the midst of a pilot using Internet of Everything ... Continue Reading

Tags: Internet of Everything, Smart Connected Communities, FOCUS, Anne Field, Internet of Things, Connected Transportation

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From the Last Traffic Jam to
the Last "Business Jam"

When I'm stuck in one of Silicon Valley's many traffic jams, my frustration level rises as rapidly as my speedometer slows down. I think about how the digital synchronization of highways, vehicles and traffic lights could unclog congestion, lower pollution, eliminate delays and significantly reduce our collective frustration levels.

Just a little digital automation could go a long way to reduce not only traffic and accidents but also time,

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Leadership@Cisco: Wim Elfrink

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