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Driving the future of smart cities with IoT

A new generation of IT systems based on internet-of-things technologies can carry smart cities development farther and faster than originally imagined.

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Real-time mobile management

NetMotion’s Mobile IQ provides detailed visualization, analysis and alerting for networks, users, devices and applications inside and outside the firewall.

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Army taps super powers for vehicle armor

The Army Research Lab has used its high-performance computing systems to design protection for vehicles on the battlefield.

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Boston takes on traffic by building better data, not more roads

The city is tapping into public, private and ride-sharing data to help it make better decisions, Boston CIO Jascha Franklin-Hodge says.

Making sense of human data

Making sense of human data

To get a better understanding of its patients’ health care needs, the Department of Veterans Affairs is turning to software that can help extract meaning from unstructured data.

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Machine learning enlisted for Defense applications

DOD officials are using artificial intelligence and machine learning to get insights from big data faster.

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NOAA casts a net for emerging tech

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration wants new observing capabilities and applications that process environmental data.

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Don't forget your dig IT nominations

Help GCN showcase great examples of discovery and innovation in government IT.

IoT fuels next-gen law enforcement

IoT fuels next-gen law enforcement

Growing federal investments in the internet of things -- including cloud, analytics and sensor technologies -- will power physical and cybersecurity, a new study shows.

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Census director’s resignation could affect control of Congress after 2020

A properly funded census will help ensure accuracy in the number of states’ congressional representatives and votes in the Electoral College.

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Can machine learning help secure the IoT?

Machine learning and analytics can spot anomalies in network traffic indicating a compromised device.

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Treasury upgrades USASpending.Gov as agencies submit data

The latest version of USASpending.Gov opens access to federal spending information mandated by the Data Act.


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