Spending on internet-of-things technologies and services worldwide is expected to reach more than $2 billion by 2023.
A new white paper from Georgia Tech dives into IoT technology for municipal services, utilities, public safety, transportation and health care.
The sensor network will gather data on vehicle and pedestrian traffic to help city officials understand the causes of fatal accidents.
New research will determine how drones can give officials a better sense of traffic problems that are reported through connected vehicle technology.
Efforts by Congress, local governments and industry are converging to deploy the 5G technology that will power smart cities.
Intelligent Traffic Signal Systems assume the data they receive is legitimate. That’s not a safe assumption.
Kansas City, Mo., is looking to team up with a vendor for its second phase of smart city initiatives.
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 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.
Smart planning takes advantage of the best available data and technology to coordinate and optimize every area of responsibility a city touches.
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