The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection is using simulation technology that collects publicly available data from multiple sources and overlays it on a map so that firefighters can predict a blaze’s behavior in real time.
Now that the redistricting data will not be delivered until Sept. 30 states are scrambling to adapt.
This year, agencies should expect not just greater adoption of automation, artificial intelligence and predictive analytics, but a more comprehensive security posture that includes everything from zero trust to continuous monitoring of the supply chain.
The National Science Foundation’s research program aims to accelerate the transition of CPS into federal agencies.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is looking for ways to make crash data accessible and understandable to all types of users.
A unified curb data standard will revolutionize curb data management and enhance the value of a digital curb layer.
When a whistleblower alleged that $200 million was missing from the California Public Utilities Commission, the agency says it took steps to collect. Yet an audit uncovered more missing money and cited flaws in the agency’s accounting system.
To save time and deliver better outcomes in emergencies, agencies must use solutions that allow them to better coordinate incident response and share real-time data and communications among multiple responder teams or agencies.
Integrating data from health information exchanges, immunization registries and citizen-facing vaccine scheduling systems is critical for efficient vaccination of 330 million U.S. residents.
The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency and the National Weather Service are both looking to cover gaps in their data holdings.