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Smart America Expo Showcases Cyber Physical Systems Projects

July 24th, 2014 / in Research News, resources / by Ann Drobnis

saLast month, 24 teams from around the country convened in Washington, D.C. to showcase their work in Cyber-Physical Systems at the Smart America Expo.  The demonstrations showcased ways that the these projects and others in the realm of the Internet of Things can improve transportation, emergency services, health care, security, energy conservation, manufacturing and more.

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has been a strong supporter of these projects, through the Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) program, investing more than $200 million over the last five years.  For more information and videos about some of the NSF-funded projects that were a part of the Smart America showcase, see this Huffington Post article titled “Dispatches from a Connected Future.”

Smart America Expo Showcases Cyber Physical Systems Projects

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