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01/27/2015

Smarter Cities Could Start With a Simple Light Bulb Swap (Gigaom)

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Smarter Cities Could Start With a Simple Light Bulb Swap (Gigaom)

01/27/2015

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Tags: Internet of Everything, Smart Connected Communities, Internet of Things

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01/13/2015

Why the Internet of Everything Won't Work Without Wireless

By Jason Deign
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Why the Internet of Everything Won't Work Without Wireless

01/13/2015 By Jason Deign

Silent, invisible… and vital. That just about sums up wireless networks as far as the Internet of Everything (IoE) is concerned. Because there is simply no way you could run wires to the 50 billion or so smart devices expected to make ... Continue Reading

Tags: Internet of Everything, Smart Connected Communities, Leadership

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01/12/2015

How Smart Highways Can Save Energy and Lives

By Melissa Jun Rowley
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How Smart Highways Can Save Energy and Lives

01/12/2015 By Melissa Jun Rowley

In the tech-infused landscape of today, the phrase "roads of tomorrow" doesn't just mean a glimpse into the future. It means in this Internet of Everything (IoE) world, smart sensor-filled highways are revolutionizing transportation. ... Continue Reading

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

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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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