The AIR Louisville program uses smart connected inhalers that track when, where and how often asthma patients use their devices.
RIBridges is a single repository for client information across 48 programs and several agencies.
Cities are taking the lead in testing and piloting technologies to tackle traffic, crime and chronic homelessness.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation is testing an app that integrates public transit information with Uber data to make rail commuting easier.
To make its website more accessible and useful to residents, Marion, Ill., installed software on that adds speech, reading and translation capabilities.
Two Harvard cybersecurity scholars outline the election risks and recommend several steps for federal and local governments to take after the 2016 elections.
A White House initiative to improve economic development in coal communities will fund training for drone operators in southwest Virginia.
Geographic information systems are helping improve the voting experience for both voters and election officials.
After missing the Nov. 1 deadline, officials said they were moving closer to an award for the national emergency radio network.
The ‘Burgh’s Eye View’ data portal gives users a quick way to find information on 311 requests, police activity and other city information.
Evolv Technology is testing its system that speeds scanning by applying artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Urban planners soon may be able create safer cities based on a combination of cellphone data, Google Street View images and machine learning.
The Cyber Investigator Certification Program can help law enforcement officers improve their handling of digital evidence.
Boston releases the code behind its recently redesigned website so that developers can contribute improvements and other cities can build their own sites from it.
The Los Angeles Integrated Security Operations Center consolidates more than 200 million log records from across 41 departments every 24 hours.