The U.S. Postal Service is looking at creating new address and geospatial services to expand its revenue streams.
Many of the early hotspot cities were also at the forefront of innovation, prompting questions over how well connected cities would respond to the pandemic.
After sensors placed in flood-prone areas began collecting data accurate enough reduce flood risks, officials realized the setup could be adapted to any setting.
Researchers are developing a dynamic feedback traffic signal control system that reduces corridor-level fuel consumption by 20% while maintaining a safe and efficient transportation environment.
A new smart city ranking measuring health and safety, mobility, activities, opportunities and governance, puts New York 10th and Washington, D.C., 12th among 109 global cities.
Gwinnett County, Ga., could recoup about $50,000 per month from 19 commercial water meters that have been incorrectly measuring flow, based on discrepancies discovered by edge technology.
In a survey of how federal agencies use the internet of things, the Government Accountability Office found that IoT technologies offer a number of benefits, but security and implementation challenges remain.
The nation’s first statewide public infrastructure for the internet of things is being designed by researchers at Cornell University.
Smart cities are modernization projects that include digital technology as well as physical and social infrastructure, experts say.
The Federal Aviation Administration plans to test anti-drone technologies to see how they perform in real-world environments.
Tools like automated license plate recognition software and vehicle recognition systems can be used to create a contactless and efficient form of policing that can help departments manage their budgetary realities while keeping their officers and communities safe for everyone.
The Defense Department has made another 100 megahertz of mid-band spectrum bandwidth available for commercial 5G use.