Kansas City, Mo., is looking to team up with a vendor for its second phase of smart city initiatives.
Through the Flood Awareness Apex program, communities are experimenting with low-cost sensors for tracking floods.
The nation's mayors see technology as key to increasing transparency, efficiency and economic development, according to a new report from the National League of Cities.
The platform will house a data repository and tools for powering applications from that data.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is looking for technology that uses drones, sensors and algorithms to spot human behaviors that indicate hostile intent.
The Smart Columbus Operating System features an open data platform that brings together more than 1,000 mobility-related datasets.
A data-sharing partnership has the potential to help the nation’s capital ease its notorious traffic congestion.
The data delivered by lightweight sensors will help Fort Carson avoid overfilled containers, spot trends and optimize truck routing.
Smart planning takes advantage of the best available data and technology to coordinate and optimize every area of responsibility a city touches.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology wants feedback on draft requirements for standardizing lightweight cryptography for internet-of-things devices.
The unprecedented security risks posed by artificial intelligence and machine learning demand an array of technological, legal and policy countermeasures, a new report says.
To fight the rising tide of illegal drugs flowing into the country, Customs and Border Patrol agents are using lighter handheld, non-intrusive detection technology.
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