By combining location data with information from sensors installed on maintenance vehicles, Iowa can provide web-accessible analytics and applications to help travelers, businesses and state agencies make better decisions.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency wants the flexibility to tear down its cloud architecture and rebuild it every day so that would-be attackers confront a confusing operating environment.
Moving the point of mitigation from the data center to the cloud platform offloads the responsibility from an agency’s IT staff to that of the cloud provider and offers several other advantages.
Members of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform questioned the FBI over its use of facial recognition technology.
Equipped with stereo cameras, computer vision, onboard computers and sensors, AutoModality’s drones can sense, explore and analyze infrastructure in GPS-denied environments.
With the variety of online content platforms expanding every day, agencies must keep accessibility services up to date.
The city plans to open up stovepiped projects so agencies can share data across an upgraded fiber network.
A scalable, secure data exchange ecosystem can support high-quality research while safeguarding against breaches of sensitive patient data.
Based on the IBM Cloud, the new service gives enterprises a way to experiment with the distributed ledger technology.
More transparency, better law enforcement and a more robust engagement among the cyber superpowers can mitigate against the worst cybersecurity risks and reduce the influence of catalytic actors.
Researchers applying for National Science Foundation grants that address big data management, modeling and analysis may also apply for cloud credits to support their work.
The datasets moved to the new Analyze Boston site are up to date, provide metadata and are readily accessible.