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.
The nation’s energy grid should be tested for cyber vulnerabilities, lawmakers say, especially in light of the new challenges posed by the COVID-19 outbreak and reports of foreign adversaries targeting the nation’s critical infrastructure.
Marine Corps Air Station Miramar will test the technology for energy communications, connected vehicles, drones and perimeter security.
Columbus, Ohio, is driving its Smart City Challenge transportation projects forward, and transit officials in Nashville, Tenn., and across Arizona are integrating and analyzing traffic data, advancing connected vehicle infrastructure and supporting needs of local residents.
Since the system went live April 1, it has contributed to more than 30 interceptions and arrests of suspects in crimes such as car, license plate and trailer thefts and even the recovery of a runaway.