In December of 2013 the SmartAmerica Challenge was launched to bring Industry, Academia and the Government to show how Cyber-Physical Systems (the Internet of Things) can create jobs, new business opportunities and socio-economic benefits to America.
On June 11, 2014, 24 teams with over 100 organizations came together at the Washington DC Convention Center for a demonstration. The event was a huge success with keynote remarks by senior government leaders including U.S. Chief Technology Officer Todd Park and General Services Administrator Dan Tangherlini, as well as live demonstrations by 24 SmartAmerica technical teams. The projects showcased ways that the Internet of Things can improve transportation, emergency services, health care, security, energy conservation, and manufacturing. See Expo for the list of speakers and News for media coverage.
Visit the Challenges for details on the projects.
Convergence of Smart Home and Building Architecture SCALE – Safe Community Alert Network Smart Home/Business [...]
Enhanced Water Distribution Infrastructure Smart Cities USA
Event Management for Smart Cities SERS – Smart Emergency Response System Smartphone Disaster Mode
Smart Manufacturing Smart Shape Technology
Applied Robotics for Installation and Base Operations Smart Roads Smart Vehicle Communications Southeast Michigan Smart [...]
Closed Loop Healthcare Connecting Smart Systems to Optimize Emergency Neurological Life Support Project Boundary SCALE [...]
Cyber-secure SyncroPhasers with Security Fabric Smart Energy CPS The Agile Fractal Grid
Cyber-secure SyncroPhaser with Security Fabric Smart Energy CPS Smart Power, Smart Light – Made in [...]