The data collected from a city’s smart transportation network often impacts more than just transportation operators. A fire crew racing to an apartment blaze will want to know about a blocking accident so they can take an alternate route. Likewise, long waits at a city ferry terminal may be something the communications office needs to know in real time so they can alert the traveling public.
When Qualcomm connected the phone to the Internet, the phone became smart. When they connect billions more things, life will be even smarter. Learn more in this short video.
The Mercedes-Benz F 015 Luxury in Motion research vehicle makes the future tangible with the revolutionary concept of autonomous driving. Watch this video for a preview of how the self-driving car of the future could evolve into a platform for communication and interaction.
Explore in this video from Cisco how the Port of Hamburg leverages the Internet of Everything to connect traffic, parking, lighting, port logistics and more.
Watch this video to see how Cisco Connected Train helps enhance the passenger experience, drive operational efficiency, lowers costs and opens up entirely new business models while delivering new services to passengers.
In the Internet of Everything (IoE), today's cities can take advantage of mobility to change the way they interact with people. In this video from Cisco, you'll see some of the smart cities that are using mobility to make IoE a reality.