The city's Transportation Department has turned a back-office tool that maps construction projects inside-out, letting residents of and visitors receive notifications about work that could affect their travel plans.
Cities must change and improve their approach to finding, testing and deploying smart technology innovations to effectively roll out such systems.
The program identifies companies working on lifesaving technology and gives them three months of access to Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband technology to develop, test and refine their solutions for public safety.
The annual awards – now in their 31st year -- honor the individuals in the federal IT community who have gone far beyond their assigned duties to make a difference.
The cloud-based integrated data exchange that powers smart city efforts in Columbus, Ohio, now offers visualization tools to help users quickly make sense of the data.
Emerging technologies integrated into existing responder systems can relay more strategically targeted information to local authorities who need it.
As smart city technologies pushes data processing further to the edge, the attack surface increases and cities risk losing control of their systems.
Best in Class recognitions showcase the potential of IoT, advanced analytics and creative public-private partnerships.
Trash truck drivers have a smartphone mounted on their dashboards, and they log problems by tapping a customized screen.
Agencies must implement visibility, protective controls and continuous monitoring to mitigate the introduction of new risk from the industrial environment to the agency’s IT network.
A St. Louis pilot is pushing interoperable sharing of city and sensor data and creating a reference architecture for first responders’ awareness and communication that other cities can use to build similar setups.
The move to more sophisticated 5G mobile networks has been heralded as a leap forward for system security, but potential for on-going intrusions still exists, according to at least one industry expert.
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