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CISCO SMART+ CONNECTED COMMUNITIES SOLUTIONS
DNA for Cities - Intelligent network that delivers contextual insights, automates processes, and protects against threats.
Kintetic for Cities - Unlock the value of data generated by connected devices, sensors, and city assets on the network with Cisco Kinetic for Cities.
Environment - Protect lives and infrastructure from environmental damage through hyperlocalized monitoring and predictive modeling.
Parking - Generate revenue with demand-based parking while reducing the search time for citizens.
Waste Management - Manage, collect, and track waste bins to avoid overflow and health hazards.
Lighting - Lower energy consumption, cut costs, and simplify maintenance.
Safety and Security - Accurately detect incidents and protect against crime through digital monitoring.
Urban Mobility - View live street conditions to gain insight on how to improve traffic management.
Cisco Featured Case Studies
View the Cisco Smart+ Connected Community Case Study, highlighting how Kansas City fosters innovation and entrepreneurship through digital transformation.
Copenhagen reduces its carbon footprint and enriches citizen experiences through digital solutions.
See how Nashville Fire Department connected 1,205 employees, 100 vehicles and 39 stations for faster and better service for citizens.
Recent Cisco News
New to the conference this year are Shark Tank-style pitches featuring regional teams of public and private partners competing in the 2018 Smart Infrastructure Challenge.
Mark your calendar for October 25th and 26th and join leaders from across the continent in Columbus, OH for the largest Smart Regions event in North America.
Representing a coalition of key stakeholders across the Lake Erie Basin, Team Smart Lake is working on building next generation infrastructure - composed of distributed sensors, networked telemetry, and advanced analytics - for our common water resource.
Speakers, panels, and presentations will explore smart city solutions beyond municipal boundaries, where stakeholders are required to focus on multi-jurisdictional coordination and collaboration while prioritizing cyber-physical security and privacy in planning.
Cisco released the findings at IoT World Forum (IoTWF), an event where Cisco convenes the industry’s best, brightest and most passionate leaders with the goal of accelerating IoT.
Crumbling infrastructure and depleted government budgets are putting a strain on municipalities, states, and communities across the country. At the same time, advances in technology are creating new opportunities to solve our most pressing needs that can help to alleviate these stresses for agencies and communities.
The field of contenders for the state’s $5 million Smart Mobility Infrastructure Project has been narrowed to four. Candidates were asked to propose how they would use equipment and applications to guide state and local government deployments of connected and automated vehicle technology. The teams will give formal presentations April 3, and a final selection will be announced April 5.
Quanergy, a leading provider of solid state lidar sensors and smart sensing systems, is collaborating with Cisco to create IoT (Internet of Things) solutions for smart transportation.
TJ Costello of Cisco expresses allignment with Venture Smarter's priority to address security in connectivity, as well as the critical requirements of data governance policy to position regions for success. He spoke at the Smart Regions Congress, including the "Internet of Everything, Connectivity and Security in Smart Regions" leadership forum.
The City of New York has plans to deploy environmental, optical and acoustic sensors, and Wi-Fi technology that could assist in a range of municipal service improvements.
The multi-million pound project is bringing together mobility experts and academic partners to make autonomous London a reality…A £13.4 million initiative to create a driverless transport testing area based in the Royal Borough of Greenwich and nearby Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London is due to be up and running by spring 2019.
As we round out 2017, the rise of cryptocurrency ranks high on the list for what we will remember in the world of technology innovation.
With so many twists and turns in the plot over the last year, here are a few notable highlights of blockchain adoption for smart development, collaboration, and potential threats, as we watch the drama continuing to unfold.
On October 19, the technology conglomerate Cisco filed US patent application 20170302663, an invention that it terms, “Block Chain Based IoT [Internet of Things] Device Identity Verification and Anomaly Detection.”
Cary, N.C., is testing smart parking sensors and other technology on its city hall campus to see how they work on a small scale.
Leaders in the cybersecurity space discuss challenges and opportunities in smart cities and connected communities.
This Navigant Research Leaderboard examines the strategy and execution of 16 leading smart city suppliers with the capacity to provide leadership on large-scale smart city projects spanning multiple operational and service areas.
Today at the Smart City Expo World Congress in Barcelona, Cisco introduced a $1 billion program dubbed the "City Infrastructure Financing Acceleration Program," designed to make it easier and more affordable for cities to adopt technological advancements.
Cisco announces that Michigan will be the first state to join the State Digital Acceleration (SDA) program, a 3-year targeted collaboration program to advance the state’s digital agenda.
Cities have long been doing things the same way. No longer, says Chuck Robbins, CEO of Cisco.
A consortium led by TRL, the global centre for innovation in transport and mobility, has been awarded £13.4m of the government’s £51m Connected and Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) test bed funding to create a world-leading, real-world test environment in London for the development of future mobility solutions.
Bob Bennett, the CIO for Kansas City, Mo., felt confident that a series of sensor initiatives was helping him and his team reach their goal of creating “the smartest city on Planet Earth.” The city collects more than 4,500 datasets daily and is now working with Xaqt’s MetroGraph platform, which integrates data from multiple sources, including open, historical and sensor data, in a single quantitative analysis environment.
The City of Las Vegas Director of Technology & Innovation Michael Sherwood and Cisco U.S. Public Sector Senior Vice President Larry Payne discuss Las Vegas' future as a smart city with Cisco's Smart+Connected Digital Platform and how the secure data insights from the platform will benefit its citizens and visitors.