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Eduardo Buendia is currently Industrial IoT Specialist in Germany at Cisco Systems. The industrial Cisco portfolio helps intelligent transportation systems to connect, protect, innovate, and enhance the daily lives of passengers.
Eduardo is an Electronics Engineer from Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru and holds two master’s degrees, one in IT from the Technical University of Mannheim and a MBA from the Technical University of Munich, both in Germany. His main focus is to leverage innovative solutions to critical business customer needs in diverse industrial vertical markets such as Transportation, Energy, Manufacturing and Smart Cities.


  • June 06: Upgrading rail operations and asset management with connectivity and novel technologies

    Transforming passenger experiences and rail operations with Cisco secure, reliable connectivity

    Passenger rail providers can offer services such as high-speed internet access, infotainment, mobile ticketing, and security systems on trains and in stations to enhance the passenger experience and increase ridership. And of course, critical signaling and control systems such as ERTMS, CBTC, and PTC are needed for safe operation. All of these capabilities depend on a foundation of network capability that is secure, scalable, reliable, and resilient, and that satisfies an ever-increasing demand for data throughput. Cisco’s Industrial IoT products are proven to meet the unique demands of operating in a rail environment, and the Cisco Connected Rail solution provides a Cisco Validated Design for reliably interconnecting high-speed trains, trackside infrastructure, stations, and operations centers across all the rail operator’s sites and regions.