The digital kiosks and Wi-Fi on public transportation will help Miami-Dade County relieve traffic congestion and build a smart city infrastructure.
Technically, state and local governments can buy tools and services from the Department of Homeland Security’s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program, but few have jumped on board.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike’s 511PAConnect system lets motorists stuck in traffic send information and receive incident updates from emergency response teams.
The state’s Department of Technology plans to include up to 30 vendors in the next phase of the prequalification program.
Nokia updated its Internet of Things platform with pre-integrated applications for smart cities.
The city is leveraging teamwork, data and open source code to build models to help it predict water main breaks and fatal house fires.
The Trump administration should continue to support initiatives like the Department of Transportation’s Smart City Challenge, panelists at the recent Mobility Talks said.
Policy makers and auto industry executives discuss government’s role in autonomous vehicles.
Less extensive projects, ease of implementation and access to federal funding may be driving the trend.
San Francisco’s transit agency is using Nutanix’s enterprise cloud solution to improve service delivery and reduce its data center footprint.
The city modified the open source code from Boston’s Adopt a Hydrant program, which lets residents volunteer to shovel out fire hydrants buried by snowstorms.
The independent federal commission that helps states improve their voting systems wants more clarity on what DHS' critical infrastructure designation means.
Officials in Livingston County, Mich., turned to a machine learning tool that can find anomalies in user and device behaviors without previous knowledge of what to look for.
At the National Governors Association winter meeting, Govs. Terry McAuliffe and Brian Sandoval both spoke about opportunities for the federal and state governments to work together and across the aisle.
A model that looks at city records, crime data and Lidar imagery helps officials flag vacant buildings for inspection and demolition.