Travel and Logistics

Travel and Logistics

Lower cost for greater scale
Improve safety and traffic flow
Advance tracking tools
Reduce congestion
Increase productivity and profitability with automated connectivity management platform for all your moving devices. With real-time visibility, automated controls, and remote diagnostics for asset tracking and fleet management, you have the power to optimize performance and quickly identify, solve and prevent issues. 
Internet of everything is changes the city moment into smarter way
Roads, Railways, cars, Public safety vehicles, public transport and commercial vehicles, Airline and Shipping ports now all work together in a converged intelligent network transforming city safer, more mobile, more efficient.

  • Traffic management
  • Data analytics
  • Vehicle telematics
  • And machine to machine 
  • Traffic lights and monitoring systems communicate real-time conditions and traffic signal information to connect cars public safety vehicles mass transit and commercial vehicles

  • Improve safety and security onboard transit vehicles, in stations, at bus stops and in maintenance yards
  • Reduce operating and capital expenses with converged networks and better data sharing across the entire operation
  • Offer passengers new services including Internet, onboard Wi-Fi and real-time trip planning
  • Deliver timely and accurate information to passengers  
    Today's ports play a critical role in the global economy, and are at the heart of world trade and the movement of goods. While the shipping industry is extremely vital to this economy, the world's ports and waterways are vulnerable to a number of security risks.
    As port authorities face increased security regulations and mandates, they also need to simplify operations to reduce their costs and improve operational efficiency.
    Cisco Connected Port solutions provide a number of crucial benefits to port authorities, including:

  • Intelligent traffic management, for fast, efficient cargo tracking and routing
  • Consolidated, standardized infrastructure that reduces costs
  • Optimized collaboration and enhanced communication between agencies
  • Greater employee mobility, for improved productivity and safety
  • Intelligent video surveillance and perimeter controls, for safer ports
  • Transforming the transit Experience 
    Cisco Connected Mass Transit capitalizes on the power of digital solutions by connecting people, processes, data, and things to create a converged network infrastructure that is transforming transit systems worldwide.
    What if you could securely and reliably connect your entire mass transit ecosystem (vehicles, stations, stops, maintenance yards, operations centers, workers, and passengers) to deliver a safe, efficient, and enjoyable mass transit experience? What if you could increase ridership and create greater loyalty among your existing customers? What if you could reduce both capital expenditures and operational expenditures? It's no longer just a vision but a real possibility. Today.
    IP video cameras can monitor and report activity in stations and bus stops, onboard buses, trains, trams, and trolleys, and in your maintenance yards. Connected Mass Transit vehicles can communicate with each other and the surrounding infrastructure. Central operation centers can have greater visibility and data-sharing capabilities across your entire operation. Real-time monitoring, location-based services, and fleet management can provide greater efficiency and better asset management with reduced costs.
    And, it all comes down to providing greater safety, mobility, and efficiency.

    Cisco Connected Rail solutions help you achieve a wide range of safety, mobility, and efficiency objectives:

  • Keep passengers and employee’s safe
  • Provide onboard passenger Wi-Fi, entertainment, live scheduling, high-speed voice and video, and more
  • Converge multiple networks into a single IP network for greater interoperability, improved communications, simplified management, and lower costs
  • Meet governmental and industrial safety compliance requirements
  • As rail operators like you introduce new business models and value-added services to increase ridership, you can count on Cisco to deploy highly secure, flexible IP networks. Our ruggedized routers, switches, access points, and video cameras are being deployed at trackside, in stations, and on trains.

    Cisco Connected Roadways securely connect disparate intelligent transportation systems to improve traffic flow, reduce roadside incidents, and provide a centralized view of highway systems. This view includes road conditions, traffic, construction, and transit information. You benefit from improved decision making and reduced operating and maintenance costs.
    Other challenges that Cisco Connected Roadways can help address are:

  • Meeting security mandates
  • Communicating with Amber Alert Emergency Response systems
  • Reducing the number of incident responses on roads
  • Timely clearing accidents to reduce more dangerous secondary accidents
  • Compliance with air pollution regulations
  • The business benefits of Cisco Connected Roadways include:

  • Reduced infrastructure costs and improved resource use
  • Improved operational efficiencies
  • Enhanced security and safety
  • Greater collaboration between emergency and transit operators and agencies
  • New revenue opportunities for innovative roadside services
  • Commercial Vehicles:
    Changes in regulations, infrastructure, technology, and vehicles themselves make managing commercial fleets today more challenging than ever.
    Whether it's a fleet of city buses, motor coaches, taxis, ambulances, police cars, long-haul delivery trucks, or light commercial vehicles, many common factors continue to shape the market, including:

  • Telematics for proactive fleet maintenance and efficient fuel management, to keep more vehicles in service
  • Real-time vehicle monitoring and data transmission for faster response and delivery
  • GPS tracking to provide safety, more efficient navigation, and increased productivity
  • An increasing need for vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communication
  • Management of drivers and schedules to comply with regulations and provide greater safety and efficiency
  • Mass Transist