Instrumented Interconnecteds Intelligent

In the same way that the Hubble telescope changed 400 years of thinking about the physical universe, today the infusion of intelligence into society’s systems is changing the way the world literally works.

And many of the conversations heard at this week’s Pulse event in Las Vegas are around how real-world infrastructure — from buildings, to water mains, to manholes, to streets — can become information systems with the help of sensors, analytics, cloud and mobile computing and other clever technologies that are at work in everything from the Louvre museum in Paris, to school campuses in Los Angeles, to cities like Rio de Janeiro.

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April 12, 2012
10:55 pm

Along with these innovative technologies, we sometimes forget the importance of our natural resources. Hope that we can use these technologies in proper purposes.

Posted by: water conservation
March 6, 2012
5:03 pm

This is an important topic — we can do so much to make our buildings, cities and infrastructure smarter. And this is a simple and lovely way to present the topic.

Posted by: Jill Freidman
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