Connecting People and Transport Centers
The transportation industry, from rail to commercial fleets, is undergoing major changes that affect safety, security, productivity, and efficiency. IoT solutions facilitate proactive vehicle maintenance, efficient fuel management, asset tracking for tighter supply chains, converged networking for greater mobility, and new experiences for passengers. In addition, IoT helps operators comply with new and existing safety regulations and mandates.
The IoT gives the transportation industry an opportunity to connect people, provide greater safety, communicate more effectively, and transform transportation centers into community hubs.
How Cisco Supports Transportation Systems with the IoT
Cisco Connected Transportation solutions support:
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- Commercial Vehicle Fleets
Control operating costs and increase productivity. Provide greater safety and convenience for passengers and drivers with real-time monitoring of vehicle telematics, GPS data, and interactive on-board services.
- Connected Cars
Cisco is bringing the Internet to the road to keep roads safer and less congested. A Cisco Unified Communications network for cars can provide many tangible benefits to auto manufacturers, suppliers, and passenger vehicle owners.
- Emergency Response and Public Safety
Effective management of emergency response vehicles is critical to the safety and well-being of citizens. The IoT helps keep first responders in constant communication with dispatchers, hospitals, traffic signals, and other agencies.
Deliver a standardized infrastructure that connects and consolidates equipment, business partners, and transportation systems inside and outside the port area for a full, multimodal transportation solution.
Cisco helps customers develop communication and community hubs at stations, and reliable and secure networks at trackside and on board trains. Connect to information from other transportation systems such as aviation, highways, vehicles, and mass transit.
Roadways will ultimately self-monitor traffic flows, sense and transmit road conditions, communicate with emergency and public safety agencies, and interact with connected cars.
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