The "Mayor's Geek Squad" builds a DataBridge to integrate data from 40 agencies and find previously unknown patterns and relationships for the city to follow up on.
Science collaborative offers IT and collaboration tools to help “crack the toughest problems in modern biology,” say its founders.
Presagis' updated modeling and simulation suite speeds application development.
The group invests in two cloud-based technology providers to automate the work of data scientists and improve application testing.
IBM Smarter Cities software offers advanced cloud-based analytics to help cities run more efficiently and offer better citizen services.
With NSF-backed funding, researchers will create energy-efficient optical network -– with silicon photonic switches –- to handle massive amounts of data.
Historical Hurricane Tracks lets users customize their searches and shows the tracks of hurricanes around the globe as far back as 1842, along with details on each storm.
Pentaho Business Analytics 5.0 provides an open, unified platform to access, integrate and blend any data, in any environment, across a full spectrum of analytics.
Intel hopes to put its Quark X1000 processor family into the sensors and smart devices that will drive intelligent systems.
Quantum StorNext 5 appliances are optimized for evolving end-to-end content and data workflows where distributed teams need greater efficiency for handling large and small unstructured data files.
The city's Department of Transportation has been reusing RFID data from E-ZPass readers to manage city’s traffic nightmares.
Atlanta's collaborative intelligence-sharing system tracks cases, alerts investigators to potential links between incidents and has nearly doubled the rate of indictments.
The state's Department of Juvenile Justice uses Tableau Software for an interactive view of juvenile programs that can be filtered from the statewide to county level.
D-Wave's Eric Ladizinsky explains how "we are harvesting the parallel worlds to solve problems in this one."