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Cisco and ITU Discuss Joint IoT for Global Development Report

Fri, 2016-02-19 03:32 -- Compassionate C...
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In the developing world, Internet of Things (IoT) devices are improving sanitation for local communities and increasing efficiency and up time by monitoring critical water, sanitation and health equipment. In this video discussion, Robert Pepper of Cisco and and Houlin Zhao of the International Telecommunications Union discuss a new report that outlines how IoT can act as a catalyst to rapidly accelerate the rate of global development and improve millions of lives.

What Will the Utility Business Model Look Like in 2025?

Wed, 2015-12-30 07:30 -- SCC Staff
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This video from Itron features the insights and perspectives professionals in the electric, gas and water utility industries on what they expect to be seeing and doing within the next 10 years -- and how they will operate to ensure sustainability for generations to come.

Next Generation Smart Government Technology

Thu, 2015-12-03 11:00 -- SCC Staff
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iGov is a modular smart government framework with a suite of modules that helps all levels of government deliver services and information, automate internal operations, and improve staff productivity while reducing the costs of governance. Watch the video to learn about iGov's configurations and features.

Enevo Smart Plans

Tue, 2015-10-20 10:25 -- SCC Staff
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Watch this video to learn about the Enevo ONe system that optimizes waste collection using wireless sensors that measure the fill-level of waste containers and forecasts when they will be full, then automatically optimizes the collection plans and routes.

Meet the Makers: Ken Krieger and the Ebola-proof tablet

Fri, 2015-10-09 07:35 -- SCC Staff
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Don't miss this video where you'll meet Ken Krieger and the makers behind Project Buendia. They created an Ebola-proof tablet and server with Intel Edison technology to help fight the Ebola outbreak -- and they did in two months when it would normally take two years -- because they were racing against time.

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