Self-driving vehicles are coming. ARIBO is accelerating this game-changing industry which will have profound economic impact for the US.
Sensor data goes with you seamlessly from home to ambulance to hospital to back home.
The goal of the project is to demonstrate how creating and/or connecting to Smart Systems can optimize the care of brain injured person by providing early diagnosis, early treatments, context aware patient routing, and advanced individualized patient management.
The IEEE-Standards Association Industry Connections - Convergence of Smart Home and Building Architectures (CSHBA) group is working on pre-standardization efforts for the Convergence of Smart Home and Building Architectures.
McAfee, an Intel Company, recognizes the importance of extending traditional IT security as Cyber-Security for Cyber-Physical systems and Critical Infrastructure. We have led the industry to create a Security Fabric Framework and have implemented it for a Smart Grid Testbed, focusing initially on Synchrophasors to improve the control, security and robustness of the electric grid.
Smart Water Assets and sensors will fill a major gap currently existing in the water, wastewater & environmental industry effecting how utilities routinely collect, transmit, process, and create system and asset data.
Event Management for Smarter Cities is a joint solution of IBM and AT&T that leverages Internet of Things (IoT) technologies and IBM Smarter Cities Software as a Service (SaaS) to play a significant role across the event lifecycle, from planning to execution to review and analysis.
Project Boundary has its roots as a design activity initiated by the IDEA Lab’s IIR and PIF, along with the innovators at Federal Occupational Health in order to help develop an improved wellness solution to address the needs of their federal clients.
Using a variety of connection methods, including ultra narrow band and mesh networks, SCALE will show that the public sector can create an automated safety alert and community awareness network that protects vulnerable populations.
An increasing number of the world’s citizens – including those in the US – are moving to cities, spurring skyrocketing demand for resources and services in these urban centers.
Disasters strike and we have to prepare. Much of responses to extreme emergency scenarios used to be a result of trial and error, and adhoc solutions. The aftermath has been tremendously painful.
Our world is changing how energy is produced, distributed and consumed. We have the opportunity to determine our nation’s role in this transformation.