Law enforcement officials are using video from the 3,200 streetlight cameras to investigate violent crimes.
A public-private partnership in Georgia promises new insights on the infrastructure and data that smart roadways will require.
Small edge and fog networks can help increasingly dense and connected smart cities power the internet of things.
The Army Research Laboratory is studying how smart cities’ connected infrastructure could boost military networking capabilities in dense urban environments.
The technology allows infantry squads to tap into networked sensors, artificial intelligence and autonomous systems to make better decisions in complex, time-critical combat situations.
Law enforcement officers learn critical decision-making skills in training scenarios that can be changed with the click of a mouse.
The new governance policy will address issues of data sharing, security and privacy, enabling a common framework critical for the evolution of smart communities.
CivStart connects tech startups with state and local government leaders.
The city saved significant time and money by using sensor-enabled trash cans that measure how full the containers are and transmit fill and location information to those responsible for emptying them.
Successful smart city projects bring change management experts alongside specialists in artificial intelligence and information technologies.
Understanding the physical mechanisms of touch sensing in the biological world provides great insights when it comes to designing the robotic equivalent, a smart skin. But a significant barrier for the development of smart skin is the electronics required.
Researchers have found a way to provide reliable information about how much damage a building has sustained in an earthquake, making it easier and faster for responders to assess a building's safety and reoccupation prospects.
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