Baltimore and Lafayette, La., won $40,000 in seed money from the EPA for their plans to build systems to measure and manage environmental sensor data.
The city is asking innovators to think of new ways it can deploy connected technology on existing assets to enhance service delivery.
As smart cities start investing in connected devices, there is arguably a much broader threat vector from botnets taking advantage of the unsecured Internet of Things.
LouieLab is a public-private collaborative coworking space designed to promote and build smart city projects.
Ohio’s open road laboratory features high-capacity fiber-optic cables and sensors to communicate with autonomous and connected vehicles.
Biobots can be dispatched into damaged buildings or other hazardous environments to collect data.
Cities are looking for open and secure solutions to help enable smart city development, according to a new report from IDC.
In Norfolk, Va., researchers use drone video on YouTube, a mobile app and GIS software to analyze regional flooding.
Washington, D.C., has installed an array of sidewalk tiles that create electricity when people walk over them.
Totem Power’s tower features a flower-shaped canopy that houses a solar array to power the lights, communications hub and electric vehicle charging station in the stem.
If industry fails to self regulate in light of security challenges facing IoT devices, the government could be forced to step in.
The Department of Transportation is wrapping up a multiyear pilot that uses sensors on state maintenance vehicle fleets to better predict traffic and weather conditions.
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