A partnership between the city and AT&T puts GPS service and a secure two-way network connection in the Airborne Law Enforcement helicopter fleet.
Government agencies and public health organizations are working to develop new tools to share pertinent health care data among providers and, in some cases, to predict the path of a user about to return to a life of opioid abuse.
By using the data generated from smartphone sensors, radio frequency signal strengths and GPS fixes, NIST hopes developers can build indoor navigation apps that can be validated against fixed locations.
Coordinating the transition to next-generation 911 technology requires funding and oversight.
Technology that monitors how users interact with their devices has been demonstrated by various performers, a DHS cyber expert says.
Even with security researchers looking for an Android variant of the iOS spyware, the sophisticated program designed to surveil specific targets managed to hide itself.
As multiple levels of government are often involved in responding to major incidents, agencies are banding together to develop a regional or statewide approach to critical communications.
The detail, immediacy and sheer volume of data from mobile phones also offers innovative ways to monitor and possibly solve some of the most pressing animal conservation problems.
The nationwide broadband public safety network promises to support emerging technology applications like artificial intelligence and facial recognition.
State’s Diplomatic Security Bureau wants to determine the current market capabilities and price points for either a smartphone or tablet-based solution.
Combining Instagram photos with city property data, Mobile, Ala., found an innovative way to address blight.
The lessons learned from the early builder projects help FirstNet evaluate technical standards and capabilities, test new equipment and refine plans for future rollouts.