These virtual models of physical products or processes can help government agencies operate more efficiently and at lower costs.
Los Angeles is reducing its attack surface by training employees and securing connected devices.
New technologies can help governments improve the way citizens travel by providing convenient, fast and cost-effective mobility.
A Rutgers research project delivers X-ray machine-like scanning of bags for less than one-tenth the cost.
Wearable monitors, flexible smart clothes, industrial sensors and medical sensors will be much more effective if their antennas are lightweight and flexible.
Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have developed a relatively inexpensive method for on-the-fly detection of attacks on power grids.
Smart cities can increase security with a networking strategy that continually aligns the end-to-end architecture with business goals.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology has issued a draft report listing 17 "technical concerns" that can undermine trust in internet-of-things products and services.
Sensors could help expand intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance without additional staff, ships or planes.
Sensors and machine learning can be as reliable as on site measurements, new research shows.
Some of the same vulnerabilities that enabled the 2016 Mirai botnet attack can still be found in components of smart city applications, a new study shows.
US Ignite is working with the Knight Foundation to connect city governments with federal funding opportunities.
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