Microsoft is working on a wearable 'Alice band' that helps blind people to navigate the urban environment, but it's a research project for a UK government-backed Future Cities Catapult, not a commercial development.
Today there are more things connected to the Internet than there are people in the world. In the very near future, pretty much everything you can imagine will wake up. This blog explores the next step in The Internet of Everything, the evolution of the Internet which is changing the way we work, live, play and learn.
Erica Schroeder, Director of Marketing for Emerging Technologies at Cisco, discusses how the latest phase of the internet is transforming our cities. From Santander’s smart parking application to LAPD smart license plate readers, The Internet of Everything is reinvigorating our urban centers.
Critical updates for Windows and IE and other less-severe Windows patches will be released on Tuesday.
Cisco and Flinders University have signed an agreement that will see the establishment of a hub, which will see students learn about Cisco technology.
Internet of Everything is about more than just connecting ‘things’, its real value lies in how it connects people. Anja Langer Jacquin, managing director of Cisco Consulting Services across EMEA, considers how valuable people really are in the advancement of IoE technologies.
The number of connected devices poised to exceed the number of people on earth this year. Not only will there be more connections but they will be faster and smarter, raising the benchmark of user experience. As more and more connections are made, the Internet of Everything will begin to greatly improve our lives.
Jim Grubb, Vice President of Emerging Technologies & Chief Demonstration Officer explores how IOE is opening an array of opportunity in retail. Location based sensors, facial recognition, high-definition video; just some of the innovations discussed which are destined to vastly change the customer experience.
Often, the best way to understand the potential of a new technology is not to look at what it will change but rather what needs to be changed. Glen Hiemstra, CEO of Futurist.com, considers how the Internet of Everything could be put to use in solving today’s global problems.
Paul Schottmiller, Global Retail and Consumer Products at Cisco Consulting Services discusses a new success formula in the retail industry; the 4 Ps of Performance; Precision, Prediction and Platform. How will IOE and technology enabled advancements play a role in delivering on these new benchmarks.
Looking to make an impact with innovative new services, Transwestern turned to Cisco for help. Through the Internet of Everything they were able to reduce operating costs, simplify management and improve security.
City24/7 is working with Cisco to install 250+ Smart Screens in New York City’s five boroughs – the first large scale deployment in an emerging global market. The partnership will deliver meaningful knowledge anytime, anywhere and on any device where it helps people the most.