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.
Sharing thoughts in this video on how their organizations are addressing the global issue of financial inclusion are Daniel Monehin, Division President, Sub-Saharan Africa with MasterCard, and Sacha Polverini of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Rob Schilling, CEO of San Mateo, CA-based Space-Time Insight, talks about his company's work as an enterprise software company and connection to the Internet of Things in this interview with theCUBE.
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.
This video from Council Associate Partner Veolia illustrates how the company has used waste management and environmental services to help New Orleans and other areas affected by Hurricane Katrina to recover.
This documentary profiles 10 megaprojects currently under development around the world, including the Dubai World Central Airport, Songdo International Business District in South Korea, Nicaragua's Grand Canal and the Delhi-Mumbai industrial corridor.
Students at the University of Texas at Austin used the RideScout app to help plan mass transit trips to save time when commuting to and from classes.
Paul Nelsen, Senior Director of Smart Grid APAC at Council Lead Partner Itron, talks about the opportunities, challenges and solutions facing Asian utilities at Asian Utility Week 2015.
Council Lead Partner Qualcomm was honored by the Intelligent Transportation Society of America for its work with Honda to improve pedestrian safety. Learn about the technology which uses smartphones and car-based technologies to make drivers and pedestrians more aware of each other.