At Smart City Week, tech leaders got a chance to highlight some of their accomplishments.
With low-cost flood sensors, the Lower Colorado River Authority hopes to collect enough data that it can improve the accuracy of its flood predictions and geo-target alerts.
The North Avenue Smart Corridor Project uses adaptive traffic signals for a safer, more efficient flow of bus and vehicular traffic in real-time conditions.
Working groups are crafting guidance for mitigating security vulnerabilities in internet-of-things devices and applications.
Agencies are collecting data on Hurricane Harvey and making it available to emergency response teams.
The military's research arm wants to replace common sensor elements with marine plants and animals that provide data about their environment through natural behaviors.
Kate Garman's challenge: ensuring a cohesive smart city strategy within the city.
Washington, D.C., has created the Lab @ DC help make policy decisions driven by what’s in the numbers. Rodent abatement is one initiative.
Federal agencies are exploring opportunities to integrate internet-of-things devices into their everyday operations, but security concerns persist.
Although federal research and funding are helping communities design replicable internet-of-things projects, integrated, complex ventures are still a challenge, GAO says.
The Smart+Connected Digital Platform will give city leaders access to real-time IoT device and sensor data.
Cities must be able to demonstrate the value of their technology projects in a way residents can understand.
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