Advances in biometric authentication and smartphone technologies make the marriage of the two a strong platform for identity verification.
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The virtualized Enterprise Interment Services System uses a mobile app to help cemetery operations teams streamline maintenance and a common virtual database and network environment for military cemeteries nationwide.
New buses feature USB charging ports and free Wi-Fi, but they are missing collision avoidance systems despite two pilot programs currently running in the city.
Erie Meyer, a founding member of the White House’s U.S. Digital Service, offers five tips for building mobile services.
Google’s Project Ara smartphone frame has six slots for detachable hardware components and is shipping to developers soon.
HBO’s John Oliver explores why emergency call centers can’t accurately locate mobile callers.
When a custom-built application began to fail, levee inspections moved to TerraGo’s Edge, a cloud-based subscription mapping and forms service.
The Firefighter Accountability and Proximity system locates firefighters with an Android app that measures the relative distance between the beacons they each wear.
HID Global’s goID platform lets government agencies issue identity credentials over the air to users’ smartphones, from which they can transfer relevant ID data to requestors.
The Federal Transit Administration is awarding $8 million for projects that demonstrate an integrated, automated, accessible and connected transportation system in which personalized mobility is a key objective.
The Army and Navy produced new mobile applications recently to help improve soldier readiness and increase access to mandatory training.